In the latter part of last year I backed a Kickstarter project for a new phone called Robin, by a new startup called Nextbit. This article details the phone and accessories I received in the form of an unboxing video and photos, with some basic specs. I will provide a more thorough review once I have used the phone for a while.
You can check out the Kickstarter campaign page or their website here:
Kickstarter and/or Main Website
Nextbit Robin - Specification and Features #
The phone is basically an android smartphone with a unique twist. The phone has a fairly standard 32GB of internal storage, but it also has 100GB of storage (for free) available in the cloud. Although I am not going to go into detail in this article I have provided a direct link to the specs of the phone here:
Nextbit Robin - Unboxing Video and Photos #
I have made a video available on youtube which shows the unboxing of the phone and accessories. The video was shot at night, in a rush, on my birthday, so I apologise for the bad light. It should however show you what you need.
Since then I have taken some photos (in daylight) which should give you a bit more detail (see below for those).
Just for reference the photos and video detail the following:
- Nextbit Robin Phone in the electric colorway/scheme - This colour scheme is exclusive to kickstarter, so is now unavailable, but you can still get the mint and midnight colorways detailed on the nextbit website
- Bumps Fog Case
- Scratches Frost Case
- Quick Charger (EU version)
- Glass screen protector
- Nextbit T-shirt
- Very special SIM tray (Gold)
I will provide more details on the phones software and general day to day usage once I have used the phone for a while, and if you have read this article and don't know what Kickstarter is you can check out my article which explains this here.
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