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Nextbit's Robin phone stores your stuff uniquelyRunning out of space? Take a peek at an Android phone that stores 68GB of photos, games and apps online for free.
[MUSIC] The Nextbit Robin is an Android phone that you can currently back on a kickstarter campaign. This is a sneak preview of a phone that isn't going to come out until January. But I want to show it to you now because it's a very interesting feature, and that is cloud storage. See this little insignia of the cloud on the back? This means that you are going To be able to offload your photos and your apps when they're overflowing from local storage, into online storage. Between the 32 GB you have on the phone and what you get offline, we'll have a total of 100 GB to work with. Now the phone will come in two colors, mint and midnight. And it should arrive in January. Right now I just wanna give you a little peek at what the software will do. Button on a Nexus 5 right now, but of course, by the time this stuff shifts, it'll be on the device. You'll see this grayed out icon of two apps on the screen. That means that they've been moved to the cloud, and whenever you want them, you just tap the button to download them. That'll work with your photos, as well. I'm Jessica Dolcourt. I've got much more information about the phone, including the specs and my first impression So be sure to check it out at CNET.com. [MUSIC]