Forget iPhone 7: SF-Made Robin Has Infinite Storage (and a Headphone Jack)
Today's release of the iPhone 7 has us all up in arms about the disappearing headphone jack and making our annual harrumphs about breaking up with Apple at last. (Sort of like how we're all moving to Canada come election day, too.) But where the alternatives to iPhone have lacked sex appeal in the past, a new San Francisco–made smartphone has recently hit the market and already has its plugs in the fashion crowd.
Swooping in to our possible rescue is Robin, a rebel of a smartphone aimed at aesthetes who have an insatiable lust for taking photos and videos, and, of course, for owning beautiful things. From the makers at Nextbit—a young company based in SF—Robin hopes to be a game changer. The phone, available in chic navy blue and zesty teal, comes without any carrier restrictions and promises never to run out of storage (a benefit sure to perk the ears of iPhone users who lament the space suckage of Apple's own OS).
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