Nextbit is a company that gathered plenty of attention when it introduced the Robin, a smartphone focused on seamlessly offering cloud backup for apps and media.
The Nextbit Robin arrived in two variants when it launched, but now there’s a new color scheme going up for sale.
One of the areas that Nextbit wanted to tackle with its Robin smartphone was storage, by offering a focus on cloud storage and giving owners even more space on their phone for the things that matter.
Earlier this month, Amazon launched another sale for the Nextbit Robin, which dropped the price down by $100.
Beta programs are one of many ways that developers can test an app, or versions of software, out in the wild ahead of releasing it to the public.
Nextbit Robin, the cloud based smartphone, today launched in India. The handset that started as a Kickstarter campaign will be sold in India exclusively through Flipkart for Rs. 19,999.
Nexbit Robin, the smartphone that made its way to Amazon a week ago is available at a significant discount. At 25% off, the phone will now retail for $299 during the period between midnight PDT May 4th to 10th.
Nextbit Robin’s Marshmallow Update Brings Audio and Camera Improvements; Collaborates with AIAIAI on New Headphones
Nexbit today announced the rollout of a major software update for the Robin that will bump the Android OS on the handset to Marshmallow. Beside Marshmallow, the update brings improvements to key areas of the handset like camera, performance and battery life.
Nextbit today announced that it will not be bringing its first handset, the Robin, to Verizon and Sprint’s network. After initial pre-orders for the handset far exceeding the young startup expectations, it announced that it would be releasing a CDMA variant of the handset for Sprint and Verizon’s network.