The Nextbit Robin, the device that aims to make smartphone storage worries a thing of the past, is getting an update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. For a device that wants consumers to move with the times and opt for cloud storage, Marshmallow is arriving pretty late. But those who bought the Robin can now enjoy the latest features offered by Google’s mobile operating system.
Nextbit has brought numerous improvements and features with the update, including a new camera app that’s faster when saving photos, better sound quality through the loudspeakers and headphones, and faster performance thanks to enhancements to the Snapdragon 808 ticking inside the Robin. New emoji are onboard as well, in addition to Android 6.0 features like Google Now on Tap, better battery life thanks to Doze, new app permissions system, and the latest security patches.
As expected for a phone focused on the cloud, Marshmallow for the Nextbit Robin is only available over the air and should soon be making its way to the device’s users.