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[Deal] 32GB Nextbit Robin for $169.99

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin

The #NextbitRobin is one of the most exciting devices of the year. Although it was originally launched last year, the devices didn’t ship to the first customers until February. You can now purchase this attractive device in the 32GB flavor for just $169.99. The Nextbit Robin is a cloud-based phone, which means it allows you to backup all your precious data to the cloud.

The smartphone comes with a fairly exciting hardware, including a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 SoC, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of non-expandable storage, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and a 2,680 mAh battery. You also get 100GB of cloud storage space for free along with the device, so you’re in very good hands here with the Robin.

We suggest you have a closer look at the Robin, especially since you can’t get a better phone at this price point.

Get the 32GB Nextbit Robin for just $169.99 on eBay!

[Deal] 32GB Nextbit Robin for $169.99

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin

The #NextbitRobin is now available in both launch day colors for just $169.99. The deal comes through eBay which is a reliable source for smartphone deals such as this one. The Nextbit Robin is quite unique in that it features a cloud based storage structure, allowing users to conveniently shift their items from the internal storage to the cloud. The company offers 100GB of cloud storage for free with the device.

The Robin is equipped with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 SoC, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of non-expandable storage, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and a 2,680 mAh battery. The handset looks particularly classy in the Midnight color variant, although that might be a subjective opinion. The Robin has come a long way since its days of crowdfunding. Given the hardware that it’s packing, a price tag of just under $170 makes it hard to resist.

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[Deal] 32GB Nextbit Robin for $179.99

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin

The 32GB model of the #NextbitRobin is now selling on eBay for just $179.99. This is a fairly attractive price on the handset, especially considering the fact that it was previously selling for nearly $300. The Robin has its own advantages compared t0 conventional smartphones as it relies on a cloud-based storage system, letting you better utilize the internal storage of the handset.

Apps, photos, and other media content are conveniently backed up on Nextbit’s secure cloud servers, thus giving you plenty of free space on the internal storage. The handset comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 SoC, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of non-expandable storage, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and a 2,680 mAh battery. You get to choose between the Midnight and Mint color variants.

The stocks might be limited, so be sure to grab the smartphone from the seller before it’s too late.

Get the 32GB Nextbit Robin for just $179.99 on eBay!

[Deal] 32GB Nextbit Robin for $199.99

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin

An eBay retailer is offering the 32GB unlocked version of the #NextbitRobin for just $199.99. The handset also comes with 100GB of cloud storage space given the focus on cloud services for backing up apps, photos, and other data. The device is certainly one of the innovative products to be launched in recent times and is certainly a worthwhile product for a price tag of $199.99.

The Nextbit Robin comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 32GB of internal storage, 3GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 SoC, Android 5.1 Lollipop (upgradable to Marshmallow), and a 2,680 mAh battery. The handset is a steal at this price point really, especially given the kind of features it packs. The device is available in Midnight and Mint color variants.

There’s no telling how long this pricing will be valid, so make sure you snatch up the Robin at this discounted price. Interested? Head over to the eBay listing below for more details.

Get the unlocked 32GB Nextbit Robin for just $199.99 on eBay!

[Deal] Nextbit Robin for $239 from Amazon

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin

As we all know, today (July 12) is Amazon’s Prime Day, where the retailer offers a multitude of deals and discounts on products exclusively for Prime subscribers. One of the best smartphone deals we’ve come across today is on the #NextbitRobin, which is currently selling for just $239, down from its usual price of $299.

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The discounted price will be visible during checkout and is only valid if you have a valid subscription to Amazon Prime. The Nextbit Robin is one of the most innovative phones to come out in recent memory as it pushes cloud storage heavily. Apps, photos, and other content are seamlessly merged with the cloud, which basically means that you get a lot to do with the internal storage.

The Robin comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage (non-expandable), a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 chipset, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a 2,680 mAh battery. The handset also comes with 100GB of online storage for all the content on the phone.

A Red version of the Nextbit Robin to launch soon

Nextbit Robin - Red

Nextbit Robin - Red

The #NextbitRobin will soon be available in Red as per multiple confirmations made by the company. The first of these confirmations came in the form of a Twitter post, showing Red paint and a paintbrush alongside the Nextbit Robin. But if that wasn’t enough of a hint, the makers held a Facebook Live session showing the Red Nextbit Robin in all its glory.

So that pretty much confirms its existence to us. Now all that we have to do is wait for the company to officially unveil this new variant of the Robin. Given that the pricing of the Robin came down to $299 not too long ago, we’re guessing Nextbit won’t charge a premium for this new color variant. But knowing the nature of this business, we wouldn’t be surprised if this variant has some additional features on board to justify a slightly steeper price tag.

What do you make of a Red Nextbit Robin? Tacky or blends right in? Have your say below.

Source: @nextbitsys – Twitter, Facebook

Via: Talk Android

You can now get the Nextbit Robin with a $100 discount from Nextbit’s website

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin

The #NextbitRobin has seen multiple discounts from online retailers like Amazon. The company also offered discounts from its official website for some countries. But if you found that your region was left out, the company is coming to your rescue. Nextbit has freshly announced that users who have their country listed on the company website (for shipping) can now get a $100 discount on the Robin as well. So as long as the Nextbit Robin ships to your source country, you are eligible for the $100 discount, bringing the cost of the phone down to $299. To add to this, the company is also offering standard shipping for free.

Here’s what the company said “We didn’t think it was fair that only fans in India and the US got to purchase Robin at a great price. So we’re lowering the price of Robin on Nextbit.com to $299 for everyone. As long as we ship there, you’ll get Robin at a great price. And to make the offer even sweeter, we made standard shipping free too.”

Source: Nextbit

[Deal] Nextbit Robin available for $299 ($100 off)

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin

One of the most innovative new phones in recent memory, the #NextbitRobin can now be yours for $299. This is a smooth $100 discount on its original asking price. The deal comes from Amazon and the retailer might not have it up for long, so make sure you snatch it up while you still can.

The smartphone was crowd funded initially, which means that the manufacturers have made it specifically for the consumers and not to appease shareholders or investors. Keeping this in mind, the Nextbit Robin comes across as a viable alternative to most flagship smartphones that are available in the market today.

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The company focuses on cloud services, with every unit of the Robin coming with 100GB of cloud storage for free. This is in addition to the 32GB of storage that comes underneath. The device is capable of cleverly managing the internal storage with the cloud to allow you some free space on the device.

In terms of hardware, you’re getting a 5.2-inch 1080p display, the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 chipset, a 13-megapixel camera on the back, a 5-megapixel front camera, 32GB of internal storage (non-expandable), 3GB of RAM, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a 2,680 mAh battery.

SIRI’s got competition- its Robin calling this time

As ironical as it may seem but every Apple announcement is over-shadowed by some out-of-the-box Android feature,which just flings the balance. Last week, Apple stole all the limelight by introducing its superior iOS 6, which would support over 200 new features, one of which reads “effortless voice navigation”.

Come this week and Woof! Apple is doomed, yet again. Just as it was doomed by an Indian developer who came up with IRIS, a SIRI clone, which worked just as well as the over-hyped voice assistant without burning a hole in your pocket. That’s why people love Android. You pay for what you get. You do not pay to get or get to pay for what you want to get. Perplexing, right?

Anyways, we are talking of the recently launched Android app- Robin. We know who you are picturing, but no, this is not a Canadian app, it’s very much American.

Robin is a voice-assisted navigation app designed with drivers in mind. You do not have to touch your phone; it works on your gestures/voice. As per the terminology, Robin offers a complete “eyes-free” user experience.  Robin’s powerful speech engine ensures a perfectly natural and smooth talk. Starting a dialogue with her is also relatively easy, just wave her a warm hello in front of your phone screen and she is up and running.

Robin is developed by Magnifis, a leading innovator in the areas of speech interfaces, bot learning and position-based services. Robin is more than just a hum-drum navigation app. It can do a local search, provide real-time information on traffic and weather and even dial any number from your contacts list. Interestingly enough, in case you get bored, it can even read Twitter feeds or crack some jokes if you like. In a nutshell, she is your “personalized radio”, keeping you updated with everything you need to know while driving.

Robin is available exclusively in U.S and only the beta version is out yet. However plans are on by Magnifis to integrate more countries and develop the app to integrate more humanely features, some of which include recognizing driving patters and reading out instructions.

Though some would still prefer SIRI considering its accuracy and responsiveness, this launch embarks the start of yet another cat-fight.

Guess who has got the bragging rights now?