How do you like or hate your phone’s storage? Our phones today are smart, right ? what if there was a better way to manage your phone’s storage and intelligently save your memory without bothering you when it is full ? No magic here, Nextbit Robin does all these. But how does it work?
To start, Nextbit Robin has a 32GB internal memory and uses the cloud to back up your data. When this phone’s memory is nearly full, data is intelligently backed up to the cloud to create space for new data. Applications that are not being used regularly are transferred to the cloud together with all their data thus creating space on your device. The devices intelligently exchanges data between the device and the the cloud so that the user can conveniently add more data without falling short of memory. It uses WiFi connection,most preferred by the device, to do all these though a cellular data plan is not known yet considering the enormous amount of data you have to pull and upload to and from the cloud. For this case, you will never know when your phone is nearly full unless you check it since it works hand in hand with the cloud in the background without bothering you. It just notifies you when there is some freed space.
Nextbit Robin’s specifications include :
– Snapdragon 808
-3GB RAM with 32 GB internal storage and 100GB on the cloud.
-Fingerprint scanner on the power key.
– 5.2 inch 1920*1080P IPS display.
-13 megapixel sensor at the back with phase detection and dual tone flash. A 5 megapixel sensor at it’s front.
-Android Lollipop though it might launch next year(2016) with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
-2680mAh battery with quick charging.
-Front facing speakers.
-Bluetooth 4.0 LE
-USB 3.0. Type C.
-LTE (Class 4) 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/20/28
-3G HSPA+ 850/900/1800/1900/2100
It will cost you $399 when it launches early next year though the first 1,000 buyers will have it for $299 and those who will purchase within the first 30 days will have it for $349.