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Nextbit shows a sneak peek of its next Robin phone, and it's going to be red

All signs point to a red Robin, like the fact that one was spied during an official Facebook Live video, plus a pretty revealing tweet.

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Oooh, Nextbit, you're so sneaky, but we see that red version of the Robin phone on the desk as part of the company's Facebook Live video meant to introduce a different product entirely (I'll get to that in a minute.)

We caught our first glimpse of the red Robin about 2 minutes into the webcast, and while Nextbit isn't saying anything official about the vibrant new color, the company is painting a pretty clear picture about its intentions, both with this video sneak peek and with a tweet that actually involves paint.

Specifically, the photo (above) shows a blob of red paint falling out on a black Robin, accompanied by a paintbrush draped over a corner that's also coated in thick, red pigment. What a tease. (The company remains tight-lipped on this.)

The real purpose of the video is actually important to Robin owners and interested buyers. The company previewed a website that lets you view and share photos that were taken on the Robin phone. Storing photos and apps in the cloud is one of Robin's signature features; this addition gives users access to some of that media that they didn't have before. Read CNET's initial Nextbit Robin review here.