PSA: Nextbit Robin's $299 Price On Amazon Ends Today

Nextbit's Robin smartphone has a lot to offer with some pretty standard features that you'll find on most other smartphones, but some unique ones as well, all wrapped up into a colorful design that really doesn't look like anything else out there. The Nextbit Robin is a GSM-based device that recently went on sale over at Amazon for $100 off, bringing the price down to $299 for a phone with some pretty compelling hardware specifications and an overall great look. While $299 is a great deal on the device, it's a deal that wasn't bound to last forever, and as such this is the last day to grab the Nextbit Robin at the $299 price tag.

So, what do consumers get for the $299? The Nextbit Robin is an unlocked GSM model phone so it will work on both T-Mobile and AT&T or any other GSM network. It comes with 32GB of onboard storage which may or may not be enough for some consumers, but the good news is that it also has 100GB of expandable storage, just not in the traditional sense. The extra storage actually comes from the cloud, which is what makes this phone a little more unique than anything else on the market currently as no other devices are yet taking advantage of the cloud in this particular way.

In addition to the 32GB of storage and the expandable cloud storage, the Nextbit Robin has a 5.2-inch Full HD display with Gorilla Glass 4, a 13MP rear-facing camera with phase detection autofocus and dual LED flash, a 5MP front-facing camera, dual front-facing speakers with dual amps, 3GB of RAM, and it's powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and a 2680mAh battery. It should come running Android Lollipop but it did recently start receiving the Android Marshmallow update, so there is a chance it will end up shipping with the more recent software version, and if it doesn't the update should end up coming in shortly after it's powered on. It also supports WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0 LE, and it uses USB Type-C so you won't have to worry about plugging in your charger the wrong way. It also carries NFC and Quick Charge.

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