If you've ever experienced the frustrating dilemma of having to delete 200 identical photos of your face to free up storage on your phone, you're not alone.
Revolutionary startup Nextbit feels your pain and came up with a phone that'll hang on to all those duck faces. Last year, the company shared the idea of a phone with unlimited storage on Kickstarter and raised $1.3 million, blowing past its initial goal of $500,000.
Cosmopolitan reports the phone is now available for purchase and, as a result, limitless selfie action. The phone, dubbed the Robin, has 32 GB of storage on the device itself and 100 GB of storage in the cloud.
The Robin saves all of your priceless photos and apps by moving things around whenever you're close to filling up the storage space on your phone.
The Robin figures out which apps you're not that crazy about and moves them to the cloud. Whenever you decide you want Kim Kardashian: Hollywood back in your life, you simply download it back to your phone.
For extra security, the Robin backs up all your data every time it's plugged in and connected to WiFi.
At the moment, Nextbit's phone works with only two providers, AT&T and T-Mobile. And for a reasonable price of $399, it'll cost considerably less than the new iPhone 7.
Oh, and did we mention it comes in a lovely shade of mint green?
Unlimited selfies here we come.