The Nextbit Robin smartphone, which purports to combine storage cloud As an integral part of it and was well placed on the mass financing platform, available for purchase for 400 dollars
In a world flooded with Apple and Samsung smartphones, one can understand why some consumers feel a need to go against the trend and against mass choice, in order to feel a little different. If you also strive to find yourself Unlocked Which is different from the rest - you should know the Nextbit Robin, which is probably one of the most unique devices in the area and is now offered for preorder.
The Robin offers a moderately high spec not bad at all, with an 5.2-inch IPS screen and an 1080p resolution with Gorilla Glass 4, chip Snapdragon 808 hexagonal cores, memory RAM Of 3GB, volume storage The built - in 32GB (plus 100GB 's storage The 13 camera is a primary megapixel camera with dual-phase and dual-phase AF focus, a secondary 5 megapixel camera and an 2,680mAh battery, all packaged in a square and sharp-looking polycarbonate, offering two interesting shades and a refreshing and unique look on the latest smartphone landscape .
Other interesting features of the Robin are a pair of front stereo speakers, a built-in fingerprint sensor, chip NFC, 802.11ac standard Wi-Fi connectivity support, Quick Charge 2.0 standard battery support, camera RAW format photography support, third-party open monitor software that comes with open bootloader and warranty that also covers rum versions of all kinds - and the title is Built-in support for Nextbit cloud storage services, with a "smart" method that uploads to the cloud to make sure there's enough free space on the device's built-in memory in any situation. There is loot Apps cloud Which can upload files to the cloud automatically, but Nextbit insists that their system is smarter, more natural and more convenient to use than all competitors.
The cloud is now available on the company's official 400 website, which makes it a very interesting deal for cloud storage enthusiasts, and for anyone who is fed up with the industry's leading vendors for one reason or another. This is probably not the most affordable Snapdragon 808 device on the market (this title still seems to belong to Xiaomi Mi 4c), but it seems to be a competitive offer to those of Motorola andLG.
Similar to other devices offered for sale only through the network, it is worth noting that in this case, the transfer to Israel also reduces the cost of the deal, with a cost of not less than 95 dollars. Residents of the United States will be able to receive the device at a much more reasonable delivery price of 25 dollars, incidentally.
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