As a quick refresher, ZTE's Project CSX (Crowd Source X) turned to the online masses for suggestions in what they wanted to see in their next smartphone. It had to be reasonably feasible and cost effective. The net result, now being delivered in the form of the ZTE Hawkeye, is a phone that features eye-tracking technology and a self-adhesive back. That function, now dubbed Senseye, automatically scrolls through webpages and such based on your eye movement. It's said to be accurate within a 3-line range.
You can see (no pun intended) how this can prove useful in the kitchen, for instance, when your hands are dirty. It can also be useful when doing home repairs, when reading a makeup tutorial, or even when trying to read a news article while swaying around on a rocky public bus.
The final design, color options and features are not yet finalized, but you can expect a 5.5-inch full HD display, dual rear cameras, fingerprint sensor, a "large battery with quick charging," dual SIM slots, and expandable memory. Pledge at least $199 on Kickstarter to secure your phone for the September 2017 shipment window.