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ZTE Now Accepting Ideas for Project CSX

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Aug 3, 2016, 8:39 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

ZTE today officially began accepting submissions for its crowd-sourced smartphone, dubbed Project CSX. ZTE first unveiled Project CSX at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. The idea is to create a community-sourced mobile device that will be designed with the help of consumers participating in the company's Z-Community member-led forum. There are three rules governing submissions: it must be a mobile device, the technology must be "realistically possible" for the 2017 target release, and it must be affordable to most people. Winning ideas and popular submissions will be rewarded with cash and other prizes, including a trip to CES 2017. ZTE hopes to bring the crowd-sourced Project CSX device to market in 2017.


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