Nextbit Robin Available For $199 On September 22nd & 23rd

Back in September of last year a company named Nextbit announced its first ever smartphone, the Nextbit Robin. What made this smartphone different from others in the market is that it is a cloud-based smartphone, meaning you can expand your storage using the cloud. The device has the ability to recognize apps and content which you don't make use of, and once that is done, it will then transfer all these files to the cloud. Well if you are in the market for a solid device which is decently priced, then you are in luck as Nextbit has a great deal for you.

Nextbit will be having a temporary price slash of its flagship smartphone on September 22nd and September 23rd. If you get a Nextbit Robin during that promotion period, you will only have to fork out $199 for the device. This is a pretty good deal considering the Nextbit Robin was priced at $399 when it was first released, then the price dropped to $299 not too long ago when it was first launched on Amazon, and this time it has dropped to $199. So, if you would like to get one for yourself, just head over to the Amazon product page (link down below) and purchase one, either in midnight or mint color.

If you would like a refresh on the specs of this cloud-based smartphone, read on. The Nextbit Robin has a 5.2-inch 1080p IPS display on the front, while on the inside, it is powered by the Snapdragon 808 processor. For storage, it comes with 32GB of internal storage, plus 100GB of storage in the cloud, along with 3GB of RAM. For optics, the device packs a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera assisted by the dual-tone LED flash and Phase Detection Auto Focus (PDAF), while you'll find a 5-megapixel shooter on the front side of this device. The phone also comes with a USB Type-C charging port which supports Quick Charge 2.0 to charge the non-removable 2680mAh battery. On the software side of things, it comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. It includes support for 4G LTE connectivity, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and comes with a fingerprint scanner as well.

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