At CES 2017 this week, ZTE unveiled the release of a new concept phone on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website.

Called the ZTE Hawkeye or ‘Project CSX’, it is a self-adhesive phone that packs eye-tracking technology that allows you to stick it to a surface in front of you and then scroll content that is displayed on it, without your hands.

ZTE is looking to raise $500,000 to get the smartphone into production, after which they say that it will ship at some point in September 2017.

The smartphone will be shipped unlocked with 2 SIM slots for multiple band support, along with a 5.5 FHD display, dual rear-facing cameras that have “enhanced image and zoom capabilities”, Hi-Fi audio, a fingerprint sensor and Android Nougat pre-installed.

However, because it is currently a prototype, we wouldn’t say that any of this is really set in stone.

You can find out more about the smartphone and back it for $199 to get your own pre-order at the source link below.

Source: Kickstarter

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