Can sharp design and free cloud storage help the Nextbit Robin stand out? No matter what smartphone you have, all of them work within some concrete limitations. The battery can only last so long, the screen can only be so big, and the internal storage can only hold so much data. Nextbit, the company formed by former members of Google’s Android team, thinks the cloud is the answer to many of these questions, and its first device, the Robin, promises to never run out of storage. When it comes to specs, the Nextbit Robin Smartphone is solid, if not a stand out device. There’s a 5.2-inch, 1080p screen, 13 megapixel camera, USB-C, a Snapdragon processor, and 32GB of onboard storage — “onboard” being the key term there. Thanks to a heavily customized version of Android, the Robin’s software is able to give you 100Gb of additional cloud-based storage by automatically optimizing the space on your phone, moving the stuff you don’t use — including apps — to the cloud while making sure your essentials are accessible even when you’re offline. Need something back? Just tap and it’ll be right where you left it, a feat that’s far more impressive than any spec sheet.