Nextbit provides a Verizon model of its cloud-targeted smartphone
Nextbit is including a Verizon choice to its wildly profitable Kickstarter marketing campaign for the Robin smartphone immediately. The “cloud-first” Android gadget, which comes with 100GB of cloud storage free of charge, already raised over one million on the crowdfunding web site regardless of solely being suitable with AT&T and T-Cellular. Nevertheless, the corporate apparently acquired “tons of fan mail” asking a few Verizon model, so the staff went again to work to place one collectively for its potential consumers. Since there are solely thirteen days to go within the marketing campaign, Nextbit is holding a flash sale on September 18th, beginning at 10AM Pacific/1PM Japanese.
The primary 300 consumers from the US will have the ability to get the Verizon-suitable Robin for $299, after which the worth will go as much as $349. People who already backed the venture, nevertheless, do not need to shell out additional cash if they do not need to. As long as they pledged sufficient cash to get a unit, they will simply notice within the backer survey, which might be despatched out after the marketing campaign ends, that they need the variant that works with Massive Pink. Similar goes for many who miss the flash sale: they merely have to decide on an applicable reward tier and inform Nextbit they like the Verizon mannequin.
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