More in 2014 and Nextbit Cyanogen announced an app that would allow the work to continue on the same device, after finishing second. And now companies merged again.
In an interview with IBTimes, Nextbit representative said that they are working with Cyanogen, to create a custom firmware CyanogenMod ROM for the smartphone Robin.
This firmware will be available for all users of Robin in the coming months. It offers users an alternative if they do not like the software that offer Nextbit.
Although the smartphone can stand out in terms of design, Robin specification will also be able to draw the attention of users. The smartphone has a 5.2-inch display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, 13-megapixel camera, Snapdragon chipset 808, a fingerprint sensor and a USB Type-C.
Also, the device supports the fast charging technology, as well as 32 GB of internal memory.
“The killer-feature” Robin – the fact that it uses a modified version of Android that uses the cloud.