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Nextbit Robin Smartphone with The Cloud Storage

On a Kickstarter, in just two days, raised funds to release of Android Smartphone called Robin, fundraising campaign will last 28 days. The success of the smartphone, the company created by the developers Nextbit, easy to explain on the device, not only by well-known personalities, who worked previously at Google, Apple, Amazon, and HTC, other than that Robin is different from the market for its neighbors that it "cloud".
Nextbit Robin Smartphone with The Cloud Storage

Nextbit Robin Smartphone with The Cloud Storage

The company was founded Nextbit Tom Moss and Mike Chang, previously part of the development team of Google Android, as well as Scott Kroyl, Former and Head of Design at HTC. These people definitely know how to do smart phones, and the influence of HTC chief designer clearly went for the benefit of the smartphone. The creators deliberately refused to use metal and black body design, so that Robin was bright and noticeable.
Nextbit Robin Smartphone with The Cloud Storage

Nextbit Robin Smartphone with The Cloud Storage

"Under the hood" of the device all the modern and fully complies with the latest technological trends of fashion. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, equipped with 3 GB of RAM, FullHD-screen diagonal of 5.2 inches, the main 13-megapixel camera, 5-megapixel front camera, fingerprint scanner, port USB Type-C and battery capacity of 2680 mAh.

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But the distinctive feature of the Robin, his "Clear". Robin "out of the box" is equipped with 32 GB of memory. Usually modern gadgets let you extend the storage capacity by installing mircoSD cards, but the developers of Nextbit decided to shift the task to the cloud. Each user Robin is allocated 100GB of space in the cloud, and when this place will end, representatives Nextbit promise to add more. Take money for it Nextbit not going to sell for a fee will only be additional, in excess of a certain limit, the space.

The smartphone will be on their own pass to the cloud not only photos and videos. There will also send applications and games, to which the user accesses is very rare. Icons such applications have changed their color to gray. Once the application is needed again - one touch of the icon, and the application is restored from the cloud, while retaining all settings and personal data. When working with a cloud on the case blinks specially designed for this diode.

Of course, the user will have the ability to customize of Robin, ask him to ban all limits and remove the cloud specific applications.

Fundraising campaign on Kickstarter continues. For the first thousand investors device will cost $ 299, against $ 399 in the next retail.

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