Though Nextbit still exists, the Robin is a discontinued product. Razer purchased the company six months ago and restructured it into an independent division. We haven’t seen what either is working on for the mobile industry, but last year’s phone just received its biggest discount yet. All retailers are trying to dump any inventory left […]
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Today marks a special day for Nextbit. The company is celebrating its 3 year anniversary.
Nextbit has posted a banner on Kickstarter that reads ‘pause for a celebration’ and then includes the words “Ship it!” The company wrote a short statement regarding its recent success and states it’s working endlessly to meet everyone’s requests. Nexbit’s Robin smartphone achieved over 3,600 people that invested approximately $ 1.36 million in the company’s Kickstarter campaign. The company was happy to announce that the device received enough popularity to bring to the market. A majority of investment for the Robin came from countries such as the United States, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, the U.K., and Singapore. In case you don’t know, what makes the Robin unique is its ability to use the cloud in order to manage one’s on-board storage availability.
If you’re interested, the device is expected to launch in Q1 of 2016 on all major U.S. carriers. It will include a $ 399 price tag at launch.
Come comment on this article: Nextbit ‘pauses for a celebration’
Founded by two ex-Googlers, Nextbit has announced its first commercial product, the NextBit Robin. An Android smartphone with a major difference, the ability to download apps onto the cloud when you’re not using them.