Nextbit is a mobile technology company based out of San Francisco, United States. With its first smartphone, the company said its users would not fall short of storage space. The company offered 100GB of cloud storage for free to its users and integrated this feature in the OS. The company's first smartphone – Robin – is runs Google's Android OS
Nextbit Robin (2016)-Nextbit mostly nailed the little things, too. The phone is light without feeling too light, and the phone's build quality is first-rate. The power button doubles as a fingerprint scanner, and only rarely did it ask me to try again. My only real gripe is that the two volume buttons sitting nearly flush with the Robin's left side are a little small, making them tough to find by feel.
And then there's the cloud. Since cloud storage is core to the Robin experience, Nextbit stamped a cloud logo right on the phone's back. Sitting under that are four tiny LEDs to let you know how things are progressing. These lights spring into action when the phone automatically archives your apps and photos. It's a neat touch, even though you probably won't spend much time looking at it.
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