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Panasonic Refreshes its Segment of Budget Smartphones in India

In terms of camera specs, there's an 8MP auto-focus (AF) rear camera and 5MP front camera with flash

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Panasonic. IANS

Expanding its P series, Japanese electronics company Panasonic on Tuesday launched its P85 NXT smartphone in India for Rs 6,999.

Panasonic’s P series features “Arbo hub” which is an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered hub that gives access to its users to multiple apps and services on a single platform.

“The device not only delivers supreme performance as it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor but also has a 4,000 mAh battery. We believe, P85 NXT will be the quintessential solution-provider for individuals in the value-based smartphone segment,” Pankaj Rana, Business Head-Mobility Division, Panasonic India, said in a statement.

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Panasonic. (IANS)

The dual sim smartphone has a 5-inch HD Screen with 2.5D curved display.

There is 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage which can be further expanded up to 128GB.

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The device is equipped with a 4,000mAh battery and is optimised with the “Charging Bank” feature which lets the device to be a power source to charge other devices.

In terms of camera specs, there’s an 8MP auto-focus (AF) rear camera and 5MP front camera with flash. (IANS)

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Nepal’s Central Bank Announces Ban of Indian Notes Above Rs 100

Currently, only the notes with a denomination of Rs 100 and below are freely exchangeable in Nepal

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Nepal’s central bank has announced the ban of Indian currency notes with denominations above Rs 100.

The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) on Sunday issued a circular for the institutions licensed by it notifying them about the ban, reports Xinhua news agency.

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Rs. 2000 note was issued by RBI who maynot ahve been Authorised to Issue Currency Notes. Wikimedia.

Nepal’s cabinet in December had decided to ban the use of these currency notes.

The decision to ban these notes has come a time when the NRB has requested the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) arequesting the latter to allow Nepal to use currency notes with all denominations.

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Currently, only the notes with a denomination of Rs 100 and below are freely exchangeable in Nepal. (IANS)