The nextbit robin is quite a beautiful and unique phone. It does have 32 gigs of internal storage, but it comes with an extra 100 gigabytes of storage included with the 'cloud'. This business model might work out great for some people. But having my phone contents stored on someone elses computer is always makes me feel a bit iffy.
I do durability tests on phones. Scratch tests, burn tests, and bend test. As I go through my tests, I analyze the build quality to find out what the phone is made of. Plastic? Metal? Hybrid? This particular phone is very light weight, and well... gotta watch the video to see what happens...
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