Robin – The more smarter smartphone

Robin - The more smarter smartphone

Robin is the world’s first cloud-based smartphone. It deals away with the problem of having to constantly delete photos, videos, music, apps, and other files in your mobile phone because of your device’s limited storage capabilities. With this handset, people no longer have to worry about storage as they can just store everything temporarily on their personal cloud storage. This makes running out of space a thing of the past.

Never Run Out of Memories From Your Smartphone With Robin

Nextbit has made Robin, the world’s first smartphone that is powered by the cloud. The mobile phone brings the power of cloud storage for everyone with its dedicated integrated cloud operating system. The idea behind creating this phone is because Nextbit is tired of waiting for other companies to create this concept. The company believes in a future wherein the cloud is implemented onto devices. Since no one else is creating the phone that the company wanted, they have decided to take the first step. As such, they have created a smartphone with an OS that is smarter, bolder, more powerful, and more directed to the user.

The Robin Smartphone is still powered with Android OS technology, but with some changes. For one thing, a lot of its features are powered by the cloud. Users won’t then have to delete their favorite files and apps in place of newer ones as they could just store everything else in their personal cloud storage. If they wanted their pictures, documents, videos, apps, and other files back, they would just have to access their own cloud and download them back.

This smartphone by Nextbit has a storage that grows with the user. The phone will intelligently adapt to the user’s storage needs. It will automatically optimize the space of the phone for when the user needs it the most. Through its learning capabilities, this “smart” phone will offload the stuff the user doesn’t normally use and puts it into the cloud storage.

Haven’t used an app but you haven’t used it in a good long while? The phone will automatically place it in your cloud storage. Don’t fret if you think it’s deleted and gone forever. If you want it back at any time, just access your personal cloud and get it back. It’s that simple. Nextbit has a campaign page in Kickstarter for Robin and invites backers to help the fund into mass producing the smartphone. The company states that this is “The Future of Android.”

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