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Nextbit Robin made its debut last year for being a new concept phone which makes onboard stoareg a non issue, With the cloud integrated into Android OS, onboard storage is merged with the cloud.

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The San Fransisco based tech company is launching its Smartphone in the evergrowing market of India this month. The phone features a 5.2-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) display on a plastic body. It is powered by Qualcomm’s hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32 GB of onboard storage and 100 GB cloud storage space. Other features of the Nextbit Robin include a 2680mAh battery, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.

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The phone received raving reviews in the US, although early adopters complained about the experience. The dependence on high speed data may become an issue in India. So let’s see how the company will translate the US $ 400 price tag into the Indian currency, and if this phone crosses the Rs. 25000 price mark it may not make a lot of sense to the consumer.

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31 comments
Govardhan CoreLogic Mane
Govardhan CoreLogic Mane

This is a phone that is heavily depndent on Internet Usage. And India me data packs toh 1200 ke bhav me hai.\U0001f61d 32 gigs might work out but this phone will definitely exhaust our data packs or even our Wi-Fi FUP. And uploading speed sucks on Broadband connections. So basically they will regret releasing this phone in India. If you think otherwise ,then you must be a rich person.

sintu44
sintu44

i saw many smart phone reviews. but some month ago when i see nextbit robin.. really i don't know how is performe. but looking just marvelous.. i like u too much the looking.. i love the looking on this smartphone

Vinit Nair
Vinit Nair

No memory card support...not going to work here

Loving Boy Bishal Tiwari
Loving Boy Bishal Tiwari

phone looks good and have a nice body look and concept... but i also agree with other guys xd ..it will not hit the indian market because we indian love offline storage ...not cloud??

Sanju
Sanju

I don't think they'll get settled here as we Indian are not cloud lover customers... The whole concept of this device is not for us.... Although the concept is great but, we all know how rusty data services are here in India and all it needs is #cloud fuhhhh..... What a pity....

Jinu Raj
Jinu Raj

Wow itz great! W8ng 4 that day

Ubaid Ullah
Ubaid Ullah

Excited to see ROBIN here ... Ph where storage never run off ... To the CLOUD ☁....

raghaf2007
raghaf2007

too late to land in India .... it should be priced around 17k...but still competition.

Prashant Yadav
Prashant Yadav

Afaik this phone uses cloud sharing extensively and in a country like India where 4G works bhagwan bharose, it will be a big flop.

Suyash Bansal
Suyash Bansal

Exactly what I was thinking \U0001f602\U0001f602

Suresh Yerramsetti
Suresh Yerramsetti

will fail as general public do not connect to wifi regularly in india which is required for cloud sync.32 GB is small for many.808 chipset is older and for 400$(28000) one can spend 4000 more and get G4 or S6

Chetan Shinde
Chetan Shinde

Do they even research before entering the Indian Market ? Compared to the present competition, the specs of phone are bad at the price range and beyond that cloud storage is plain stupid, are they even aware of Fair Usage Policy and the types of data packs available in India ?They are wasting their time and money, they could do a lot better in US.

Rohit Bokade
Rohit Bokade

Cloud based phone in India. What a joke!!

Santhosh Kumar Baskaran
Santhosh Kumar Baskaran

Lol.. It's completely on cloud and we have amazing bandwidth and pricing! \U0001f60a\U0001f44d