Forget the limited storage capacity of your phone. With its cloud-based feature, the Robin Android smartphone smartly organizes your apps and photos based on your usage habits. Sounds cool? Let’s keep going.
The Robin is the world’s first cloud-based smartphone that measures 149 x 72 x 7mm and weights 150g. As we can see from the images, the Android phone shows off a gorgeous, minimalistic design along with two optional color schemes, and every button and port are carefully arranged for enhanced aesthetics and easy to access.
As a cloud-based smartphone, Robin is capable to intelligently adapt to the storage you really need. By learning the apps you use and the space you need, it offloads the apps and photos you don’t use to the cloud in order to improve the local storage of the phone for those frequently used stuff. And Robin will back up your apps and photos to your 100GB cloud storage once you connect it to power and WiFi, and the four LED indicator gives guy subtle confirmation that your Robin has connected to the cloud and working.
Moreover, your personal data is transmitted encrypted and stored encrypted in Robin’s cloud storage servers, and local storage can also be encrypted, so you don’t worry about primacy issues.
Robin is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage for a smooth operation experience, and 2680mAh battery gets you through a full day between charges. In addition, other features also include 5.2″ 1080p IPS LCD display with Gorilla Glass 4, 13MP rear camera with phase detection autofocus and dual tone flash, 5MP front-facing camera, fingerprint sensor, dual front-facing stereo speakers, NFC, and Bluetooth 4.0 LE as well USB-C port.
The Robin has been available for preorder via Kickstarter. You can pledge $349 to own the cloud-based smartphone. Note that the phone doesn’t support Verizon at present. They will release another version that works on the carrier. The Robin will be shipped in January next year.