07-27-2016 05:47 PM
Nextbit is the only hope in the entire industry for a compact phone. And, unfortunately, compact today means 5" or less. There is not a single phone available in the US that is mid-range+ that can be used one handed comfortably. Please Nextbit, bring us a Nextbit Robin Mini or Nextbit Successor Name Here Mini. PLEASE!!!!!!!
07-28-2016 05:04 PM
The Nextbit Robin should come in a small form factor like the Apple iPhone SE. Specs wise should be same apart from screen (maybe a 720p screen unless they can manage a 1080p).
The Nexbit Robin S
Nexbit then can work on maybe;
Nextbit Robin II
Nextbit Robin II S
I think Nextbit should stick to roman numerals for naming the phone instead of companies these days you see like Apple/SAMSUNG that use 2, 3, 4 etc.
07-28-2016 05:12 PM
I kinda like the idea of a smaller phone, but I'm unsure if Nextbit is big enough to release 2 phones at once yet. There's alot that goes in to designing and manufacturing phones. They might could handle bi-yearly releases.a full sized Robin, then 6 or so months later a smaller phone.
10-21-2016 12:08 PM
This is why I chose the SE over the Robin, as all decent Androids are, in my opinion, humungous and not and therefore practical.
It's sad, because I really liked this phone.
First Android to make a small phone will make some money money!
10-21-2016 02:37 PM
This size to me personally is the sweet spot size wise for a phone. Very hard to type a text on a tiny phone. Anything over 5.5" gets hard to manage.
10-25-2016 04:46 AM
10-28-2016 10:53 AM
I personally don't want a smaller Robin. I agree with @Mthorn79 that 5.2" is the sweet spot for me. But I do agree that they need to kind of segment their consumers. A smaller Robin and a larger Robin. I think one should be like mid-end (Moto G) and another should be like higher end (Moto X and/or Moto Z). Everyone seems to have different preferences and I feel like that's a great way to satisfy both without everyone being dissatisfied.
11-15-2016 11:56 AM
Totally agree. The phone is supposed to be smaller since the Robin has a 5.2" screen, but the device in it's entirety is the same size or bigger than my 5.5" OnePlus One, which has a bigger battery.