The Nextbit Robin has given us a touch of the future with its smart cloud storage, but its claim that it will never run out of space is not completely true. The feature highlight with the Robin is its cloud based capacity arrangement. Rather than driving you to depend on inside capacity, or microSD cards, you get 100GB of distributed storage to continue everything from applications to music and photographs.
At the point when the telephone detects you have quit utilizing say an exceptionally big game, it will move it from the 32GB inner stockpiling to the cloud. The 5.2 inch, 1080p IPS LCD showcase won’t not coordinate up to the Quad HD boards on gadgets such as Samsung’s Galaxy S6, yet it’s still brilliant and hues are exact, with amazing review edges and not all that quite a bit of a hole between the glass and the real show.
On screen you get Android 6.0 Marshmallow which has been daintily covered in Nextbit’s own topic. This incorporates the evacuation of the Android application drawer, and the consideration of a drifting on screen catch with connections to documented applications, stuck applications and a rundown of all your little projects both on the telephone and in the cloud. Still, it is a generally vanilla Android experience, however for those you cherish Google’s stock form the little changes by Nextbit could be bothersome.
There is a 5 Mega Pixel camera on the front for selfie activity, a 2,680 mAh battery that ought to effortlessly get you during that time and a USB C port for charging. USB C is clearly the association without bounds, so it’s pleasant to see Nextbit utilizing it here. There are additionally front confronting stereo speakers that ought to give you a decent hit of clamor.
The Nextbit Robin is unrealistic to be much else besides a corner gadget, however it could be the begin of something significant in the smartphone world.