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ZTE wants you to name its upcoming eye-tracking and self-adhesive phone

ZTE recently revealed that it will make an eye-tracking and self-adhesive smartphone, based on votes from its community in its Project CSX design concept contest. Today, the company has launched another online competition, asking people to name this upcoming phone.

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The voting started today and will end at 11:59 a.m. Eastern time on December 5. ZTE says that users must submit unique product names that match the characteristics of the phone design, and that any duplicate names will be disqualified. The names must also not violate any pre-established trademarks or other copyrights.

A group of judges will pick the winning name from the top five submissions, and those will be picked based on votes from the community on the Project CSX web site. The person who submits the name that actually wins the contest will receive a $250 gift card, and the name itself will be revealed as part of the company’s CES 2017 announcements.

What are your proposals for the name of ZTE’s upcoming eye-tracking and self-adhesive phone (besides Smartphoney McSmartphoneface)? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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