Nextbit Robin is a phone with advanced cloud features and it represents a mid-range device running on Android that arrives unlocked and performs on T-Mobile and AT&T’s networks, while other editions for Sprint and Verizon are rumored to come later in 2016.
The phone is paired with the company’s own cloud support and some smart applications to people do not remain without space on their phone. It is a substantial promise, so Nextbit’s service differs from the others, even if it still requires some improvements before people can really forget about memory storage and only use their cell phone at its maximum potential.
Robin’s components are not much to get thrilled about and it is mostly similar to the rest of mid-range phones launched during previous months. It rocks a rather large 5.2” 1080p screen that is clear, but a tad pale in comparison to Samsung’s Galaxy devices or iPhonew.
It is operated by the Snapdragon 808 chip and 3 GB of RAM, this being enough for reasonable, if not premium efficiency. The 2,680-mAh battery pack is enough for a whole day of regular use without problems, and its dual frontal speakers offer awesome sounds if you watch video clip or play games.
Robin’s digicam is a decent 13MP sensor complemented by a LED flash, while the 5MP selfie camera will shoot decent images. It also features a fingerprint reader included in the modern power key and the USB charging slot on the lower part.
In brief, the Nextbit Robin provides exactly what people would anticipate from an affordable $400 device launched this year. It is not as quick as a leading gadget, like the Nexus UP or Note 5, but it is not very slow or lagging either.
The major problem arrives with its digicam, which is loading rather slowly when it comes to capturing images and does not take photos that are at the same quality as those of a Galaxy, iPhone or Nexus device. Getting photos of moving subjects, such as kids or pets, is a frustrating task, to say the least.
The style of the gadget is completely different. Instead of curved sides and steel glass or metal parts, the Robin has sharp angles with and plastic that is smooth when you touch it without seeming cheap. Its light shades look nice in them multitude of greyish, silver and gold devices, while still offering an eye-catching design.
Nextbit is providing snap-on cases in various colors for its phone, so anyone can choose their favorite style.
Image source: Gizmoids
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