CDMA version of cloud-centric Nextbit Robin is delayed until April
The CDMA version of the handset, which will be available for Verizon and Sprint users, has been delayed. Today, Nextbit revealed that this version of the phone will probably start shipping in early April. The phone will cost $399, the same price as the GSM model. Accessories include screen protectors, Quick Chargers and protective cases.
The reason for the delay in delivering the CDMA model is simple. Nextbit didn't contemplate producing such a model until it saw the amazing response it had to its Kickstarter campaign. As it turns out, the Robin is perfect for those who like to customize their phone. It ships with an unlocked bootloader and open source drivers allowing users to install CyanogenMod or other ROMs without losing the device's warranty.
The Nextbit Robin will carry a 5.2-inch IPS LCD screen, with a 1080 x 1920 FHD resolution. The Snapdragon 808 SoC is under the hood carrying a hexa-core CPU, and the Adreno 418 GPU. 3GB of RAM is inside along with 32GB of native memory, and the aforementioned 100GB of cloud based storage. The 13MP rear-facing camera comes with PDAF, and there is a 5MP front-facing camera for selfies and video chats. A 2680mAh battery keeps the generators humming, and there is support for Quick Charging. A fingerprint scanner is on board.
The device is offered in two colors, Mint and Midnight. If you're looking for a smartphone that comes from somewhere off the beaten path, the Nextbit Robin just might be for you. Click on the sourcelink if you are interested.
source: Nextbit via AndroidCentral