Nextbit unveils cloud phone “Robin




Nextbit Tuesday ‘Robin’ put on Kickstarter, a project for a phone that relies heavily on online stores, without the user would have to have gone through. Robin gets 32GB of on board storage and 100GB of online storage.

Robin is an Android smartphone with an angular appearance, a 5.2 “-1080p screen, a USB port c, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808-hexacore and 3GB of ram for $ 299 to be. The project of Nextbit was co-initiated by the former head of the design department of HTC, Scott Croyle. The phone should be smart use online storage by combining it with the local storage on the phone. According to the project page will be the two types of storage that combine a user does not notice the Storage is adjusted automatically Before the storage system was slightly modified It learns what applications the user much needed and move infrequently used apps to the online store The words Nextbit reads:… “All you want is somewhere, all you need is on your phone. ”

Robin automatically creates a backup of photos and apps as the user with wifi and an adapter is connected. After a while, filling the internal storage memory of the phone is going farther and Robin apps and photos that have been a period of time, remove. The app or photo that is in the online store, it will remain on the phone, but with a slightly different color. If the app is clicked, it can immediately be loaded from the online store.


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