As one of the top custom ROMs, CyanogenMod is constantly adding new devices to its stable. Now it's time for these three devices to have their turn in the spotlight. For the Robin and the dual-SIM Desire 816, this is the first appearance they've made on official CyanogenMod pages. The YU Yuphoria has had CM12.1, based on Lollipop 5.1, for a while, but has now made the leap to CM13 and Marshmallow. Without further ado, here are the three new additions to the CM 13 nightlies:

  • Nextbit Robin (ether)
  • HTC Desire 816 (a5dwg)
  • YU Yuphoria (lettuce)

These are nightlies, so bear in mind that the ROMs will likely be unstable and likely to crash, reboot, fry your phone, eat your dog, etc etc. In the case of the Nextbit Robin and HTC Desire 816, these two seem to be under the 'unknown vendor' category on the CyanogenMod download page, with no names attached. This will likely change and the devices will be properly labeled later. In the meantime, you can still download them and don't forget your Marshmallow GApps if you want some Google goodness.