“Cloudy“ Smartphone Nextbit Robin began his career as a campaign on Kickstarter, which has been quite successful. After the original price of $ 299, the device has been exposed to pre-order for $ 399.
And now, a few months after the announcement in September 2015, the smart phone is close to the date of its dispatch. Nextbit announced that the first 1,000 people who supported the project on a Kickstarter, are preparing to receive Robin 16 February.
The only caveat is that Nextbit start sending GSM-version of the device, while smartphone with support for CDMA fall into the hands of their owners later this year.
Nextbit Robin was billed as the first «cloud smartphone». Him “cloudiness“ It lies in the fact that the smartphone creates backups of all content in the cloud service. When you buy your phone, you get 32 GB of internal memory and an optional 100 GB in Nextbit cloud.
Once the interior of the smartphone begins to fill, of Robin automatically delete files – but as all the backups already saved, the user is able to access remote files. The whole process is so automated that it requires no user interaction.
Nextbit Robin equipped with a 5.2-inch touch-screen with a resolution of Full HD, Snapdragon processor 808 and 3 GB of RAM. The device has a core 13 megapixel camera with autofocus and phase dual LED flash, front camera has a 5 megapixel shooter.
Nextbit Robin got connector USB Type-C and 2680 mAh battery on. The device also boasts a fingerprint scanner, as well as the front stereo speakers.