Razer has plans to release a smartphone by year's end. As we get closer, more information about the handset seems to be leaking and now an alleged image of the device has found its way online.
Nextbit has ended customer support for Robin, its sole smartphone. However, software updates will continue for six more months, and users can still refer to Nextbit's online self-help.
Smartphone maker, Nextbit, which was acquired by Razer, has announced that it will be ending support for its handset by the end of this month. Software updates are expected to continue till 2018.
If are an owner of the Nextbit Robin, you'll be glad to know that it has now been updated to Android 7.1.1. The update can be downloaded directly from the site or you can wait for the OTA update.
It has been a couple years since the initial release of Nextbit's Robin, but it looks like a new batch has arrived on the market and is being sold with a large discount, slashing the price to $149.
Nextbit launched a closed beta for its Nougat update back in November, but it's now rolling out Android 7.0 for its Robin smartphone. Unfortunately, the update comes with the January security patches.
The makers of the Robin smartphone have been purchased by Razer. The news went live today on the Nextbit forums, but the deal was completed prior to the weekend. Further details weren't released.
Nextbit and Paranoid Android have come together to work on bringing their respective ROMs, for the Nextbit Robin, up to Android Nougat. The two are pleased that the collaboration expedited the work.
If you've been clamoring to pick up a good handset with a relatively low price, the Nextbit Robin might be an option to consider. The handset is currently priced at $169 and offers a US warranty.
If you've been eyeing the chance to purchase the Nextbit Robin and you're an Amazon Prime customer, now will be your best chance, as Nextbit has discounted the smartphone to its lowest price yet.
If you missed your chance to purchase the Nextbit Robin on Kickstarter, the handset is now being offered at a special promotional price on Amazon. The promo will run from May 4th to the 10th.
Nextbit has unveiled there cloud-first smartphone, Robin. The handset will utilize the power of the cloud to create a more intelligent and efficient Android smartphone.
Nextbit is teasing the release of a new smartphone that will arrive on September 1st. The company is touting that it will be able to create a device that will become better over time.