Startup Nextbit kraudfandingovuyu company recently launched and has already won $ 500 000 required on the smartphone Robin, the main feature of which was the technology of automatic unloading rarely used content to the cloud. When special software detects that some file or application is not in use for a long time, it sends it to the server, freeing up memory space. Unfortunately, cloud storage is limited to 100 GB, so the built-in memory with the buyer receives not even a record 132 GB of memory. In addition, he received a very unusual design, sharply distinguishes it from other smartphones.
Specifications Nextbit Cloud include a six-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 808, 3GB RAM, 5,2 “IPS-LCD-screen with a resolution 1920×1080 pixels, 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel camera (the back has a dual LED flash and phase detection autofocus, you can shoot in RAW), the battery with 2680 mAh, front stereodinammki, fingerprint reader, NFC, fast charging and support for LTE (Band 1 -5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 20, 28). Dimensions Nextbit Cloud – 149h72h7 mm. Now the smartphone is based on Android Lollipop, but for delivery if the company has time, will set the Marshmallow (otherwise it will be available OTA-update) .
For Nextbit Cloud are people who are familiar with the Android – Tom Moss and Mike Chan, engaged in Google power management on the Android starting from 3.0 Honeycomb, and Scott Kroyl, worked as a designer and HTC is working on the EVO, Incredible, One (M7) and (M8). Attach the smartphone can be $ 349 (a smartphone), $ 399 (smartphone, case and vinyl mascot), $ 698 (two smartphones) or $ 6950 (20 smartphones, US only) . Delivery to Russia is not available for all variants. To support the project, if you live abroad, please click here.
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According to the materials Kickstarter