A new startup called Nextbit — a new company led by a former head of partnerships for Android back in the day, a power-management engineer and one of the lead industrial designers behind some of HTC's most iconic smartphones — want to bring the cloud to your phone in a whole new way. The Nextbit has been launched today on Kickstarter — for $299 for early adopters; it'll retail at $399 — and will be available early next year. Robin definitely is a new concept and rocks the HTC like polycarbonate that we last was in the first HTC One smartphone— something Nextbit's Scott Croyle, the former HTC designer, is good at. The phone has 5.2-inch display inside, the circular front-facing stereo speakers that stand out, as do the huge sensors and front-facing camera.
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