Nextbit’s Robin – First Ever Android Smartphone Supercharged By The Cloud
Can the new smartphone from ex-employees of Apple and HTC become the #1 phone? Read on to know what’s so special about Nextbit’s Robin.
Nextbit, a company started by ex-employees of Apple, HTC and other brands, has launched the first ever cloud-integrated smartphone that runs on Android. How does that make it special? With cloud, your smartphone will never run out of space. Isn’t that what we always wanted?
With a 5.2-inch display and a polycarbonate design, this smartphone comes in two colors – Mint and Midnight.
As you can see, this is a stunning smartphone and being the first ever cloud smartphone, it is already getting getting popular. The campaign was started by Nextbit on Kickstarter with a goal to raise $500,000, which has been surpassed within 12 hours of launch.
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Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor
Camera: 13 megapixel rear camera, 5 megapixel front camera
Battery: 2680 mAh non-removable battery
Storage: 32GB Internal + 100GB of cloud storage
As mentioned above, your Robin smartphone will upload photos and apps to the cloud due to which your phone will always have space. Built-in fingerprint reader is another notable feature.
Can Nextbit’s Robin be the next #1 smartphone?
“Android supercharged with the Cloud” is a strategy that would definitely sell a huge number of this smartphone. The survival of this phone will depend on a combination of factors like battery life, ease of use, price, quality of phone, etc.
People buy smartphones for different needs. Unlimited storage is not something that can make smartphone users easily switch to this phone. If every claim of the company turns out to be true, then nothing can stop this phone from capturing a larger share of the market.