Nextbit teases future OS version with smarter about battery usage

The reason to buy a Nextbit Robin is not just in its bold design, but really it’s smarter approach to software. Nextbit has pioneered a concept where you no longer have to worry about storage, but just as we learned from our initial meetings with the company, that was just the beginning.

The company has just announced that the second challenge the company wants to face is giving users a worry-free experience with battery life. To do this, the company will launch a new version of the Nextbit OS, based on Android, in Q4. What we can expect is a smarter device that learns your usage patterns and adapts in order to boost battery life during the day. No details have been provided over when this will be available for early testing, but we’ll keep a look out for you.

Source: Nextbit

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