The Nextbit Robin is a smartphone created by a former HTC One designer along with a couple of ex-Android developers. It is made with the cloud in mind, and merges the internal storage with cloud storage seamlessly. It automatically backs up apps and photos, and intelligently removes the things you aren't using as much. Then when you do need it again, it is re-downloaded from the cloud. Because of this, the Nextbit Robin only comes with 32GB of onboard storage and a free 100GB of online storage.
The look of the Nextbit Robin is quite unique as well. It has a 5.2" 1080p screen and the phone is made from hard textured plastic. It is a perfect rectangle with clean lines and circles. It comes in two colors: Midnight or Mint.
The Nextbit Robin has a 13MP rear-facing camera with phase detection autofocus and a dual-tone flash. The front facing camera is 5MP. It has dual front-facing speakers with dual amplifiers. The power button on the side of the phone doubles as a fingerprint ID sensor. It's capable of quick-charging and has a USB Type C connector.
The unlocked, international GSM version of the Nextbit Robin is just $399.