Startup Nextbit has opened a Kickstarter project to create a cloud-based phone. On a mobile device, in which a never-ending memory, it is necessary to $500 000. The authors of the project is the veterans giants such as Google and HTC.
Smartphone Robin uses cloud storage to offload photos, videos, files and even apps, when I have 32 GB of internal memory. Special software analyzes the regular operation of the user and on the basis of these data, performs automatic uploading of images and programs that have not been used for a long period of time, to a remote storage. This approach enables as needed to release an impressive amount of storage for other needs.
As told in Nextbit, enough to touch one sent to the cloud application, the icon which is highlighted in gray, and it will be downloaded to your smartphone with all related data and settings. Photos can be restored in full resolution or optimized for the device screen size. In the cloud you can always find a backup copy of the file in full resolution.
Smartphone Nextbit Robin is equipped with a 5.2-inch display with 1080p resolution, 13-megapixel main and 5 megapixel front cameras. The device is based on a 6-core processor Snapdragon 808 and is equipped with 3 GB of RAM. Capacity built-in battery is 2680 mAh. In the presence of a fingerprint scanner, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac), LTE and USB-C.
Necessary for the production of $500,000 Nextbit managed to collect in one day. The first customers will receive the gadget is priced at $299, the next novelty will cost $349. In January 2016, when will the first deliveries of the smartphone, the price will increase to $399.