The device Robin Nextbit comes with 32 GB of internal memory, and free cloud storage volume of 100 GB. The cloud smartphone automatically creates backup copies of the photos and applications, whenever the user is online.
Applications that are hardly used, as well as photos that are not viewed for a long time, are moved from the internal storage, but can be returned to the phone memory with just one touch. This functionality of Nextbit Robin was able to interest many users, and now Nextbit announced that by February 16 they will release the first version of the GSM-cloud smartphone.
Nextbit Robin is equipped with a LCD-display diagonal of 5.5 inches with a Full HD-resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 808 Adreno 418 graphics accelerator, and 3 GB of RAM. Among the other technical characteristics, it is worth noting the 5-megapixel front and 13-megapixel main camera sensor, fingerprint recognition, two stereo speakers and a battery capacity mAh 2680. Now the smartphone supports standard 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and GPS.
The device features a unique look and is just 7mm thin. The Nextbit Robin can be pre-ordered for $399, and color options include Mint and Midnight.