Nextbit Robin Cloud-Based Smartphone to ship beginning February 16

    Nextbit Robin is a cloud-based smartphone. The company started off a Kickstarter campaign that has become successful. The campaign was backed by 3,611 people who pledged $1,362,343 for the campaign.

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    The Nextbit Robin is expected to be shipped after it first made a September 2015 debut. Nextbit has announced that the first 1,000 people who backed the project in its initial stages will receive their Robin smartphones on February 16. However, only a GSM variant fo the handset will get shipped. The CDMA-capable model will follow later this year.

    Nextbit Robin Cloud-Based Smartphone to ship beginning February 16
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    The Nextbit Robin is touted as a "Cloud Phone". The Nextbit Robin can back up everything on to the cloud - apps, data, and multimedia. The smartphone has 32Gb of inbuilt storage and has about 100GB of cloud storage. One will never run out of storage as there is about 100 GB of cloud storage. The smartphone also starts deleting stuff but since everything is backed up tot he cloud, there no need to worry.

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    Nextbit's Robin is an Android smartphone that comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p touchscreen, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 13 MP rear camera with phase detection autofocus and dual-LED flash, a 5 MP selfie snapper, a USB Type-C port, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS, and a 2,680 mAh battery. The Nextbot Robin also has a fingerprint scanner and front-facing stereo speakers. The Device is up for pre-orders at $399 (or approximately Rs. 26,700). Users can check out the Kickstarter campaign here.

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