DEAL: Cloud-Focused Nextbit Robin Just $199 on Amazon

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Robin from Nextbit, maybe better known as the one phone from Kickstarter that doesn’t suck, or is actually a real thing (see Saygus), is currently on sale via Amazon for $199. While the phone is nice, it seems not many people purchased it. That’s not overly surprising, though, considering how little Nextbit likely spent on marketing the device. Essentially, I see the phone as a proof of concept, with its cloud-based storage system and crowdfunded roots.

Regardless, the device is still a solid option, especially at this $199 price. Specs include a 5.2″ 1080p LCD display, 13MP rear-facing camera, dual front-facing speakers (nice!), 32GB of onboard storage, 100GB of cloud storage, and Snapdragon 808 processor. Thanks to updates, it’s also running Marshmallow, too.

Want to treat yourself to some new tech for the holidays? Follow the Amazon link below.

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