Nextbit, a tech startup comprised of ex Google and Apple employees, has unveiled its flagship smartphone, the Robin. The new phone will run on the Android platform and focus on cloud connectivity. The company believes that most smartphones on the market are cloud dumb, while the Robin will be the first truly “smart-cloud” phone to hit store shelves. What this means is that the current phones are not living up to the potential provided by cloud services. The phone will automatically learn its user’s behavior and transition unused apps and photos to the cloud so that the device never runs out of space. The apps can then be brought back to the phone with a click of their icon. Plus, it features some impressive stats like a Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB RAM. The Robin will take flight in 2016 for $399.
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