An Android phone with unlimited storage which stores in the cloud that is Nextbit’s ‘cloud first’ Robin smartphone.This is not only about the cloud but also the design which is surprisingly good.The backup is performed whenever your phone is connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi and Robin is recharged.
Guys, running out of storage on your android phone and can’t able to download bigger games then here it is Nextbit’s Android phone with unlimited storage Robin.Robin received a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter strong, raised over $ 1.3 million, now accepts pre-orders, with deliveries starting in February 2016.
Robin is a product of Nextbit, a startup led by Scott Croyle – was head of the design team from HTC, former Google employee. They proposed to raise $ 500,000, and terminal stopped at the amount mentioned above.
It is a smartphone based on cloud storage. Some important applications and services are stored on the smartphone, and other applications, games, and so have a backup in the cloud and need to draw their data there. It offers 100 GB in the cloud and need it passes this value without additional cost.
Hence, the conclusion title will happen never run out of storage space on your smartphone. And the only Android phone with unlimited storage. Detect applications, games, photos or videos that you do not access them in the cloud backup and delete them from your smartphone. The backup is performed whenever your phone is connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi and Robin is recharged.
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The preorder price – $ 399.
Robin hardware specifications;
- 5.2 inch IPS display with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels, front stereo speakers;
- Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 808 hexa-core type, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of storage;
- Marshmallow Android 6.0;
- 4G, Wi-Fi a / b / g / n / ac, dual-band, Bluetooth 4.0, fingerprint reader;
- 13 Megapixel, autofocus and laser detection, 5-megapixel front camera;
- 2680 mAh battery.
As it would consider design simple, fresh and playful than most Android smartphones launched in 2015. I know that there is a reluctance to cloud storage, any unpleasant surprises etc.
On Engadget find first impressions for a Android phone with unlimited storage.