The Nextbit Robin is a subject to intense promotional campaign at eBay today. However, the retailer isn’t the only place to buy this cloud-centric phone at lower price as earlier today Amazon has also announced an equally great deal on the device. If you dreamed about the phone but couldn’t afford it so far, perhaps now you got a perfect moment to grab one for yourself.
Nextbit Robin offering 100GB of cloud storage is now within your reach for half of its original pricing along with a US warranty and free one day delivery.
Being a product of a Kickstarter fund-raising campaign worth over $1.3 million, the Nextbit Robin was officially launched to the market in 2016. It is undoubtedly a really interesting device especially when taking into account the fact that it has just received the Android 7.0 Nougat update.
Specs-wise, the Robin is a mid-range handset with a 5.2-inch IPS LCD display with 1080p screen resolution. It comes powered by a Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB RAM and 32GB of built-in storage with additional 100GB of cloud space. Such processing parameters should deliver smooth performance of the latest Android, while 100GB of cloud storage deliver almost never-ending space for your files. Kept alive by a 2,600 mAh battery the device includes a USB Type-C port and a dual front-facing speaker, which truth to be told is a real rarity these days. However, the phone has also one serious drawback – it’s fragile and scratch prone. So if you think of buying one on your own, then you should definitely dress it in a protective case.
Although the Robin’s official pricing accounts for something round $299, at Amazon you can purchase it at a half price. So instead of $299 the handset may be yours for just $149.99. Available in mint color option the device is sold SIM-lock free. It will work on any US GSM network including AT&T, T-Mobile, Cricket and Metro PCS.
Last but not least, except for a really lucrative price tag, Amazon is also adding a 24-month US warranty to each purchase and free nationwide one day shipping. Above that Amazon Prime members can get the phone the same day at no extra charge. Despite being almost one year old the Robin still enjoy market interest as during the latest eBay promo the retailer sold about 560 models of the handset. If you plan to buy the Robin, you’d better make your mind quick as the supply is limited.