Nextbit Robin: Evolution of cloud based smartphone in India
29th August 2016Category : TechnologiesPublished by :Rahul Verma Reading Time : 4 Minute News Sourced : India
Top smartphone companies are eyeing India to capture the business of one of the biggest market in world. The upcoming name is the Nextbit, known for its evolution cloud storage smartphone.
In the zest of creating ‘smarter smartphone’ with unlimited storage facilities, San-Francisco based Nextbit has launched completely cloud-based smartphone ‘Robin’ in now in India. This is preloaded with smartness of 100 Gb cloud storage for lifetime to host the greater storage and connectivity to the cloud storage.
Nextbit Robin is designed with matte finished look now available in ‘Ember’ colour with limited edition piece. The company has launched Robin in India with the comparatively low price of 19,999 and exclusively available on Flipkart.
The specifications of Robin are: 5.2 inch HD IPS display and protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and new generation fingerprint sensor with Android 6.0. Marshmallow operating system. Also, powered by hexa-core Qualcomm snapdragon 808 processor with 3 GB RAM for smother operations.
The other features are 13 MP rear and 5 MP front-facing camera, 4G LTE, WI-FI GPS facilities with robust 2680 mAh battery and quick charge support.
Dream Run Startup
Nextbit is founded by the former head of business-Android, Tom Moss, three years ago. The dream of creating such a smartphone that automatically store media into the cloud storage with the bigger memory space concluded with the breed of smart-storage phones. It is success story of startup that managed to raise $1.3 million in 30 days for a cloud-based smartphone to boost the capacity of storage in smartphones.
The flagship ‘Smart Storage Facility’ is designed for the unlimited storage support needed for pictures and unused apps to the secured location. By merging the on-board storage the facility archives the data that is not frequently used. This will sort out the problem of running out of memory in phone though this phone has inbuilt memory of 32 GB.
Catching up the 'cloud'
Worldwide smartphone leader Samsung has launched Samsung cloud with the flagship smartphone, the Galaxy 7 with the facility of Android backup and restore system. Though service will only be available in Galaxy 7.
Earlier, Microsoft, Google and IBM has earned respect of providing users platform of using cloud storage by user interface.