Good thing you're getting those 100GB of cloud storage with the Nextbit Robin smartphone, as you may just wish to load it all up with photos. Or, in other words, the Robin's 13MP camera posted an 81 overall score on DxO Mark.
The reviewers praised the one-of-a-kind smartphone for detail preservation in both daylight and low light, and for its vivid color reproduction. "A standout performance for autofocus" too, rated at a solid 90. The folks at DxO Labs were less impressed with the Robin's occasionally inaccurate white balance and somewhat limited dynamic range.
In video recording the Nextbit Robin exhibited good autofocus behavior and in bright light also good noise suppression. Not as admirable was the low-light performance, and certain tremor and jitter artefacts were observed.
The 81 points score in still imaging puts the Nextbit Robin in some fine flagship company, at least according to DxO's methodology. That, and the fact that the flagships in question are the aging Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z3, both two points behind at. A notch ahead of it we find the iPhone 6s and the Blackberry Priv, but the top scorers remain the HTC 10 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge with an 88 figure each.