An app’s data is commonly stored in the cloud but, what about a phone? I know one.

The Nextbit Robin is an Android powered phone that heavily integrates the cloud. It is common nowadays to run out of space on your heavily used smartphones and have to delete many apps and files to get the space back. Nextbit, a smartphone company, is trying to change that.
Their newest phone, the Robin, has 32GB of local data with 3GB of RAM and 100GB of cloud data and whenever you don’t use an app it gets ‘deleted’ and its data is stored in the cloud. When, you open the app again the data comes back and this way the local storage only contains what you use. It also does this with your other files, like photos, video, and music, so you will almost always have some space left on your phone. It also has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, the same processor as the Moto X Pure Edition and LG G4. It also has 2680 mAh battery and a 13MP main camera with a 5MP front-facing camera. It also packs a fingerprint sensor, NFC, and a 5.2” LCD screen.
Overall, for around $300 the Nextbit Robin is a good option for those who want to try something new out. You can check out its Kickstarter at


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