In today’s sea of flat slabs, it’s hard to deny that even though today’s smartphones are very capable products, they aren’t really smart about learning more about its user. Nextbit is a new smartphone company that intends to change that, and we were recently invited to learn more.

Nextbit has already garnered a lot of fame for a ton of reasons over the last couple of weeks. To start, its leadership team is composed by some of the genius minds that made Android what it is today, and that made HTC famous for design. Second is the fact that the company’s Nextbit Robin kickstarter campaign became a raging hit in just a few minutes, but even more because the company has come up with a smarter approach to how Android should be. More in our hands-on video.

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