Nextbit is launching an Android smartphone, Robin, that is designed to save all its data in the cloud by default.
According to the kickstarter page, it’s a phone that seamlessly expands its storage online, making sure there is always ample space.
The Nextbit Robin learns the user’s app usage patterns and offloads the unused stuff to the cloud. These include photos, videos and apps, stuff that can be recalled just as easily.
The phone uploads the data by default when connected to power and Wi-Fi, with customizable settings.
Slated to be manufactured by Foxconn, the device could be available by early 2016.
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