Nextbit Robin Review
Nextbit Robin review http://www.mobilegeeks.com There aren't many Startups making Smartphones, so when Nextbit launched Robin last September on Kickstarter and raised over $1.3 million we couldn't wait to get our hands on for review.
If you're wondering what makes the Robin stand out, it's not just the bold colors and rectangular design but it's tweaked version of Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). The Robin features 32GB of built-in storage (no microSD here), but where it gets interesting is the 100GB of online storage. The hardware and software work together to automatically backup your pictures, apps, and settings to the cloud when the device is connected to WiFi and charging. When you start running out of space the Robin archives what you use the least and lets you restore it anytime with a simple tap.
This unique twist on smartphone storage comes from a San Francisco based company that is made up of seasoned handset makers like ex-HTC designer Scott Croyle. With so much build up we're here to take a look at whether or not Nextbit over promised an under delivered or if we're about to see a paradigm shift in the way our handsets manage our digital lives.