This Android smartphone has 132GB of storage - and it’s under $150 right now
If you take tons of photos and videos, or download apps and never delete them, you know what a pain it can be to constantly run out of storage on your phone. So if you want to live in a world where your storage needs are always met, you might like the Nextbit Robin.
This Android phone cost $400 when it first came on the scene in 2016, but since dropped down to $180-$210. Right now, however, you can get this unique-looking smartphone in mint blue or midnight black for just $129.99* from Amazon.
June 16, 2017
Sources:` USA Today
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