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Sony Launches ‘Xperia XZ2’ with 4K HDR Movie Recording Feature in India

The smartphone also comes equipped with Google's development platform "ARCore" for building Augmented Reality (AR) apps for Android mobile devices and Google lens

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The smartphone is designed to withstand splashes and spills so you don't have to think twice about answering your phone in the rain. (IANS)
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Aiming to take the camera technology to a new level, Sony India on Wednesday launched flagship “Xperia XZ2” smartphone for Rs 72,990 that comes with world’s first 4K HDR movie recording feature.

The smartphone with full HD 960fps “Super Slow Motion” video recording will be available at select offline stores and Sony Centre from August 1.

The 5.7-inch full HD+ device with an aspect ratio of 18:9 is built with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and metal frame. It sports 19MP rear camera and 5MP selfie camera, the company said in a statement.

The device is powered by Snapdragon 845 Processor and paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. It houses 3180mAh battery and supports wireless QI technology which ensures effortless charging.

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The 5.7-inch full HD+ device with an aspect ratio of 18:9 is built with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and metal frame.

The smartphone is designed to withstand splashes and spills so you don’t have to think twice about answering your phone in the rain, the company added.

The “Xperia XZ2” has the new “Ambient Flow Design” (with a fluid 3D glass surface) housing “Dynamic Vibration System” that analyses audio data.

Also Read: Sony Unveils The World’s First 48MP Smartphone Sensor

The smartphone also comes equipped with Google’s development platform “ARCore” for building Augmented Reality (AR) apps for Android mobile devices and Google lens.

Google Lens allows AI to recognise what you photographed using the camera, search for and display related information, recognise characters, capture them as text and translate. (IANS)

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Indian Diaspora Celebrates India’s Independence Day in Poland

India as a soft-power has emerged in a big way in the length and breadth of Poland.

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Indian community celebrates Independence Day in Poland. Flickr
Indian community celebrates Independence Day in Poland. Flickr

The Indian community-based in the Polish capital celebrated the 72nd Independence Day on Wednesday with great patriotic fervour.

Hundreds of Indians along with their Polish friends assembled in the Indian Embassy early morning and were greeted by newly-appointed Indian Ambassador Tsewang Namgyal.

Namgyal unfurled the tricolour and joined the people there when the national anthem was played at the venue. He then read a message by President Ram Nath Kovind delivered on the eve of Independence Day.

Addressing the Indian community in Poland, Namgyal said: “You are an important bridge between the two important nations. Your hard work and your commitment speaks (for) itself.”

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Indian restaurant. Pixabay

Kirti Gahlwat, a yoga teacher sponsored by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), displayed her talent and mesmerized the audience with her remarkable asanas.

She was followed by Kathak dancer Jigna Dixit, who was also sponsored by the ICCR to promote the dance form in Poland. Dixit was joined by several Polish students.

In the afternoon, the Indian community in Warsaw organised an event displaying Indian cuisine, spices and handicraft items. At the same time, Polish girls performed on Bollywood songs and also showcased Bharat Natyam and Kathak dance forms.

Also Read: 70 years after Independence Power reaches Elephanta Isle near Mumbai

“India as a soft-power has emerged in a big way in the length and breadth of Poland. There are more than 100 Indian restaurants in Warsaw alone. One can find an Indian restaurant practically on every important street in Warsaw,” said J.J. Singh, President of the Indo-Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

“There are more than 300 yoga centres and there are five Polish groups which organise Indian music and dance programmes regularly,” he added. (IANS)

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