- Fresh, minimalist, and unique design, that exudes a sense of calmness - if you want a handset that truly stands out, this is the one!
- Excellent build quality
- Comfortable grip on the handset's straight sides
- Flawless fingerprint reader
- Excellent fingerprint reader placement - in the power/lock button
- Coherent, atmospheric, aesthetically designed user interface
- Solid overall performance and gameplay experience
- Average camera quality, especially with macros
- Camera capture is a bit on the slow side, in both HDR and automatic modes
- Good audio quality
- Loud audio through dual front-facing speakers
- Fast charging support
- Battery life could be better
- Unique, intuitive cloud storage integration is the defining USP of the phone - instead of supplementing the Robin's 32GB of onboard storage with a microSD card slot, Nextbit built a system that automatically archives apps and photos you haven't used in a while, and stores them on Nextbit's servers online (you get up to 100GB of storage)- you can re-download any archived app or photo by tapping its grayed-out icon!
- The benefit of having cloud storage, as opposed to a microSD card slot is arguable - a lot of people will simply prefer the latter