Nextbit Robin Gets Better With Android 7 Nougat Update

Nextbit Robin

Nextbit has started to roll out Android 7.0 Nougat update to the Robin handset with March security update and bug fixes. If you had purchased Nextbit Robin in 2016, you would be eligible to receive Android 7.0 Nougat depending upon your location. It will take few days for the OTA update to appear on your phone because of geographical restrictions.

With build number 88, the latest Android Nougat OTA update also includes January security update. If you install the Android Nougat update, you will be able to experience new features such as multi-window support, refreshed Quick Setting option including improvements and features.

Nextbit released the first Android Nougat beta update in November 2016 to a select group of people. You can also say that the update was rolled out as a closed beta. The latest update is pushed to all customers who have access to the Nextbit Robin phone.

Nextbit Robbin created waves in 2016 by introducing an unique rectangle shaped smartphone coupled with cloud storage functionality. In addition to the premium specifications and storage, the Nextbit Robin automatically migrates all the unused apps to the cloud.

The main purpose of this technique is to save valuable storage space on your smartphone. The handset will fetch the required apps when required. You should note that the phone captures a backup of your APK data to the cloud. However, your personal information will be stored locally on your Nextbit Robin device.

On the specifications front, the Nextbit Robin features a 5.2-inch display, Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 13MP rear camera, 5MP selfie snapper powered by a 2680mAh battery. The phone is available in White Mint and Midnight Black color options. The Robin handset was shipped with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

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