Robin is packing a 5.2-inch 1080p IPS display covered by Gorilla Glass 4. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and 100GB of cloud storage, which plays into how Robin never runs out of space. Inside we also have a 2,680 mAh battery, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, and even a fingerprint sensor built into the lock button on the side. Around the front you’ll find a 5-megapixel camera and dual front facing speakers, and around the backside we have a 13-megapixel camera, dual-LED flash, along with Nextbit’s cloud logo and some LED indicators that assist with the phone’s functionality.
Nextbit Robin Overview Updated August 1, 2017
22 'Nextbit Robin' stories
September 2015 - August 2017
Nextbit Robin Stories August 1, 2017
Nextbit took to Twitter earlier this afternoon to make the surprising announcement that effective today, it will no longer support its ‘cloud smartphone’ sleeper hit, the Robin. This comes just months after the startup company was bought by Razer, and keeps in line with Nextbit’s original announcement following the acquisition.
Nextbit Robin Stories June 5, 2017
Moto Z Play and Nextbit Robin pick up Android 7.1.1 upgrades
When budget Android smartphones hit the market, they don’t often come with the promise of lots of future updates. Motorola has done well in the past with this, and startup Nextbit pushed well over a dozen updates to the Robin. Now, both of these companies are pushing Google’s latest OS to very affordable and solid Android smartphones ─ the Nextbit Robin and Moto Z Play.
Nextbit Robin Stories March 24, 2017
Nextbit Robin Stories November 22, 2016
Android Nougat has been out in the wild for some time now, but for third parties — especially the less resourceful ones — it can be hard to stay on track. About a year from the original announcement of Robin, however, Nextbit seems to be up to the task, and a preview of the software is now rolling out…
Nextbit Robin Stories September 10, 2016
Paranoid Android is a ROM that gets a lot of attention from the Nexus, Oppo, and OnePlus communities due to its stock Android appearance and useful features added atop Google’s mobile operating system. With today’s announcement, the hard-working people at Paranoid have announced official support for the Nextbit Robin…
Nextbit Robin Stories July 27, 2016
Teased ‘Ember’ Nextbit Robin is now available in a red and black dual-tone for $299
As teased during a separate announcement earlier this month, Nextbit has released a red variant of the Robin. The “Ember” model features a dual-tone red and black design that is quite stark. Best of all, this variant is available for the same $299 sale price on Nextbit’s online store.