More importantly, when the phone tells you that it's "charging rapidly" in cold temperatures, it just isn't. And that just won't do.
Controllers, gaming laptops, now, a gaming smartphone. And Razer does not skimp on the specs. But it does offer a surprise in the price.
The Nextbit Robin-inspired Razer Phone is here, and it's been quite a treat to spend some early one-on-one time with the 8GB RAM Android monster.
Two HTC design veterans, one of whom joined Razer early this year after creating the Nextbit Robin, have quit their high-profile jobs to start from scratch.
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Customers facing an issue on the Nextbit Robin are encouraged to ask the Razer community or self-help. Software updates, fortunately, will last.
Following Nextbit's acquisition earlier this year, it shouldn't come as a surprise to hear Razer is in the process of developing a gaming smartphone.
At that point, it would have only been 17 months and two weeks since the first units shipped out. Software-wise, we're not sure what's up there.
It's long in the tooth and effectively discontinued with no sequel in sight, but the "cloud-first" Nextbit Robin phone is still a bargain at $110.
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The gaming hardware manufacturer has partnered with the telco to open a new RazerStore and provide special mobile services for its fans.
This update was not expected, given how quickly the Android 7.0 update wasn't passed along. The Razer acquisition definitely complicated things, too.
Android 7.0 has finally made it to last year's Nextbit Robin — a welcome reprieve for a phone quietly letting go of its support structure.
This Robin's in the oven, but if you're looking to get a piece of it, it's on eBay for a limited time and at a very steep discount.
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From what it sounds like, the gaming hardware company is essentially taking on Nextbit as its new mobile division. That means a shift in infrastructure.
It's another $25 off from its most discounted price thus far and more than 60 percent off its original pricing when it debuted this year.
It's relatively unusual for an OEM to ask a custom ROM dev team's help in delivering a software update, but the Nextbit Robin is special that way.
It's the most affordable price point for the cloud-backed Android phone to date. No word on if it's permanent, so deal seekers, now's your chance.