Nextbit's unlocked Robin is a decent midrange Android phone, but its novel cloud storage concept isn't seamless enough for the masses.
Nextbit is now shipping its first smartphone, the Robin. We take a look at its headline feature.
A new software update speeds up the Robin's camera, and Nextbit is partnering with Aiaiai for a customized pair of modular headphones.
Nextbit rolls out a software update that improves its Robin phone in three big ways.
Nextbit teamed up with Aiaiai to make a special-edition pair of TMA-2 headphones just for the Robin handset.
Whether or not you love its concept of cloud storage, this Android handset was lovingly designed.
With just a few seconds of time, you can enable current weather conditions on the lock screen of the new Robin.
Nextbit's Robin is a new phone by a new phonemaker. Is it any good? See for yourself.
The Kickstarter darling, which boasts a phone with massive cloud storage, is launching its online store with just 3,000 to 6,000 phones.
The startup hopes its focus on cloud storage and design will help it win over customers bored by the same black-slab look from Apple, Samsung and others.