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Deal: Nexbit Robin on sale at Amazon for only $169.99 (Now in Mint too)
Just like last time though, this phone won't work on CDMA networks such as Sprint and Verizon. Instead, only consider picking one up if you're planning to use the Robin on a GSM network like AT&T and T-Mobile. As before, the Mint model comes with 32GB of internal storage and acess to 100GB of cloud storage space too, at no extra cost. If you're still undecided about the handset, check out our full review below.
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Original, Nov 3rd:
Nextbit Robin, a unique smartphone that launched on Kickstarter last year and passed its goal in just 10 hours, is currently on sale. You can grab one from Amazon for only $169.99, which is $130 less than the company’s suggested retail price and $30 off Amazon’s regular price. This really is a great deal, especially when you consider that the Robin was released last year for 400 bucks.
And what exactly makes it so unique you ask? Well, the Nexbit Robin, which raised over a million dollars on Kickstarter, mitigates the storage problems we all experience from time to time by uploading those less-frequently-used apps, as well as images and videos, to the cloud. In addition, the device also stands out thanks to its interesting rectangular design combined with a few circular elements (camera, speaker, proximity sensor, and flash), and popping colors.
The Robin is no slouch in the specs department either, as it offers a 5.2-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 808 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of onboard and 100 GB of cloud storage and a 2680 mAh battery. There’s a 13 MP camera at the back of the device and a 5-megapixel selfie snapper at the front.
Interested in getting one? Head over to Amazon’s product page while it’s still in stock.