‘Cloud Phone’ Nextbit Robin comes out next month

Jan

7

2016

The “cloud phone” among others former HTC-designer Scott Croyle comes out in February. The start-up will be Nextbit Android smartphone Robin deliver mid next month backers of the project on Kickstarter.

The first backers get him in mid-February and the rest a few weeks later, writes the business on his Kickstarter page. The most distinctive feature of the Robin is that the software saves inactive apps on a server and the phone removed to save memory. The icons of apps remain on the phone, but the aging tint users know that it must first be downloaded again to be functional again.

The phone comes in two colors and built by Foxconn. The device has a 13-megapixel camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel version at the front. There are also a 2680mAh battery, front speakers, a fingerprint reader on the side, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and 4G available. Furthermore, the phone comes with a slightly modified Android version, released a bootloader and opensource drivers.

The device has a 5.2 “screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. The device runs on a Snapdragon 808-hexacore Qualcomm. At the bottom of the smartphone is a USB port c, like for example the Nexus Google gears. There were 3611 backers of the project totaled $ 1.3 million invested in the Robin.

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