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Nextbit Delays Launch of CDMA Version of Robin

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Jan 22, 2016, 1:54 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Nextbit today said the CDMA variant of its Robin smartphone won't be ready as early as hoped. The company initially thought it could get the phone out the door by February, but now believes it will need until April. "The CDMA Robin wasn't in development until we saw [the] response on Kickstarter, and we got a little carried away in the excitement of the campaign," said the company. "Now that we've gone through development and are working out the testing schedule, we think April is more realistic. We don't know exactly when in April as there are still a number of factors outside our control." The GSM version of the Robin will ship to early backers of Nexbit's Kickstarter campaign beginning February 16. The GSM and CDMA versions will both be sold unlocked and support the networks of AT&T/T-Mobile and Sprint/Verizon, respectively.

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middlekid3058

Jan 23, 2016, 6:37 PM

Maybe they under-estimated how tough VZN and SPrint lab testing is?

Do you think? Will be shocked if it makes it by April...
 
 
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