Does your phone always seem to be running out of memory space? This is something you’ll never have to worry about, with the Nextbit Robin smartphone. It merges cloud and onboard storage so your files are automatically backed up. It restores the items when you need them. Nextbit Robin learns what you use and updates itself automatically.
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Whenever a Wi-Fi network is available, the Robin automatically syncs to Nextbit's cloud and clears up space on its internal memory while preserving your data on the cloud. A quick glance at the four, little lights on the Robin's back will let you know if it's syncing data.
The Robin's Android OS is integrated with Nextbit's cloud, so storage space is effectively cleared from this smartphone's ROM. As the Robin consistently syncs your data, you'll almost always have ample space to store your favourite content. It starts syncing data automatically whenever it's connected to a Wi-Fi network, so you needn't worry about the battery being excessively drained or your data charges shooting up.
The Robin archives information that you don't access much, ensuring that you have space to accommodate the content that you love.
Not only can you instantly access the apps that are on this smartphone's internal memory, you can also restore any app that has been archived on your cloud with a simple click. You can also access any picture you've taken in no time. When an archived image is viewed, its resolution is altered to suit the Robin's screen resolution while the actual image on the cloud will remain in its original resolution.
You no longer need to enter an elaborate pattern or password to unlock this smartphone. With the Robin, your fingerprint will serve as a password to lock or unlock this smartphone.
Thanks to Android's in-built encryption data, the Robin will keep all your data secure.
Google authentication is required to access Nextbit's cloud. The cloud supports two-factor verification.
Whenever the Robin syncs data on to the cloud, all the information is transferred safely to Nextbit's server and encrypted on it.
This phone's elegance lies in its simplicity. The rectangular shape, clear-cut borders, paired circles and luscious texture of the Robin make it aesthetically marvelous.
Thanks to this nifty feature, it just takes a single touch to power on and unlock this smartphone. The power button and the fingerprint sensor are one and the same. Once you press the power button, you just need to leave your finger there for a second to start using the Robin.
The bold, well-defined rectangular sides give you a firm grip on this smartphone. The subtly rounded edges make the Robin comfortable to hold. Thanks to the Robin's balanced weight, it'll stay centred on your palm.
The Robin comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and 3 GB of RAM, so you can run multiple applications, such as FB, WhatsApp and a game like Mortal Kombat X, without experiencing lag.
Watch fascinating short films on YouTube at a resolution of 1080p on the Robin's 13.20-cm, IPS, LCD display. Gorilla Glass 4 adds to the durability of the screen, greatly reducing the likelihood of it cracking in case of a shallow drop.
This smartphone has an internal memory of 32 GB, so you can store some of your favourite flicks, tracks, photos, games and other apps on it. Nextbit's hallmark cloud storage service provides you with 100 GB of space.
Capture stunning, blur-free photos even when it's dark with the 13-MP rear camera which is complemented by the phase detection, autofocus and dual-tone flash functions. Take great selfies with the 5-MP front camera when you're out partying with your friends.
Two amplifiers power the Robin's dual, front-facing speakers for an audio experience that will immerse you.
Connect this smartphone to a Wi-Fi network to download episodes of trending shows like Game of Thrones. Share the excitement, use Bluetooth to send the episodes to your friend's smart device. You can use a type-C USB cable to charge the Robin or to transfer data with a computer. Thanks to Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 technology, charging is a matter of mere minutes.