Nextbit Robin with 64GB of storage and Android 7.1.1 spotted on GFXBench

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit’s crowdfunding and cloud-powered secure Android mobile called Robin that participated in a crowdfunding campaign on KickStarter back in 2015 appeared on the benchmarking site GFXBench with a new version and more internal memory.

The 5.2-inch Nextbit Robin sports a unique design; features a full HD display made of the 4th generation of Corning Gorilla Glass and runs the Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB of RAM and Nextbit OS built-in Android 7.1.1 (based on the latest GFXBench appearance). The handset came with 32GB of storage and 100GB of cloud-based memory, but now the benchmarking site leaks a 64GB of RAM version.

The phone features a 13MP phase detection autofocus camera on the rear with LED flash for snapping photos at a maximum resolution of 4160 x 3120 pixels and for recording 4K videos at 3840 x 2160 pixels. The featured selfie camera on the Nextbit Robin is a 5MP unit that can shoot photos and record videos at a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1920 pixels.

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit Robin features 4G LTE network, WiFi, GPS, NFC, Bluetooth, a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side-mounted Power button, and USB Type-C. It measures dimensions of 149 x 72 x 7 mm, weighs 150 grams, and gets powered by a 2,680 mAh battery with Quick Charge technology.


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