Nextbit's cloud-pleasant telephone is heading to Dash, too

Nextbit's cloud-friendly phone is heading to Sprint, too

After including Verizon to its listing of carriers final week, Nextbit introduced at present that its Robin telephone can be obtainable on Dash as nicely. When it was first introduced, the cloud-targeted handset was solely out there for AT&T and T-Cellular clients, however the firm tacked on two extra networks since. This implies clients on all 4 of the large-identify carriers within the US will have the ability to decide up a Robin. With every week to go, Nextbit has raised over $1.2 million (and counting) by way of Kickstarter for the venture. When the marketing campaign ends, backers will be capable of select between the GSM or CDMA model of the gadget by way of a survey. Nextbit additionally revealed what can be included within the field with a picture of the matching fast charger, charging cable and SIM pin. For those who’re nonetheless contemplating one, you will should commit $349 to safe it within the subsequent seven days.

Hey Dash subscribers…guess who’s coming to your community! #NextNow https://t.co/5IV98kYe15 pic.twitter.com/gP3IZKpFvW

— Nextbit (@nextbitsys) September 23, 2015

Nextbit's cloud-friendly phone is heading to Sprint, too

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