Software launches have been getting more and more messy as of late. Companies are now shipping software that has not been made properly and are willing to ship low-quality software and fix errors with patches later, which is a mentality that has been fostering across industries.
Creating software and meticulously debugging it is a thing of the past. Now, it is all about piecing together code crudely and shipping it off.
But for new concepts, the errors are justifiable. And the Nextbit Robin is nothing if not a new concept. It is a phone that almost seamlessly integrates the cloud with the phone, swapping between the cloud and local-storage effectively.
But it has been plagued with a slow camera with the current software, and the upcoming update will fix these issues. It will improve camera performance, battery-life and overall performance, so users have a lot to look forward to from the next update to the Robin. What do you think?