Sony India on Wednesday launched its flagship smartphone, Xperia XZ2 in India. Sony Xperia XZ2 is priced at Rs 72,990, and it will be available at select offline stores and Sony Centre from August 1.
Sony Xperia XZ2 is the world’s first smartphone to come with 4K HDR movie recording feature. The smartphone also comes with full HD 960fps ‘Super Slow Motion’ video recording. 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 said.
Sony Xperia XZ2 specifications
Sony Xperia XZ2 features a 5.7-inch full HD+ device with an aspect ratio of 18:9 is built with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and metal frame. The device is powered by Snapdragon 845 Processor and paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. For photography, it sports a 19-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel selfie snapper.
It houses a 3180mAh battery and supports wireless QI technology which ensures effortless charging. The “Xperia XZ2” has the new “Ambient Flow Design” (with a fluid 3D glass surface) housing “Dynamic Vibration System” that analyses audio data.
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 recognize what you photographed using the camera, search for and display related information, recognize characters, capture them as text and translate.
In May this year, eBay had said it was ending its strategic partnership with Flipkart and will relaunch eBay India with a differentiated offering to focus on cross-border trade.
“Following the close of the transaction, we also will be ending our current strategic relationship with Flipkart, which includes unwinding our commercial agreements with Flipkart and terminating Flipkart’s license to use the eBay.in the brand,” eBay had said in its statement.
eBay had forayed into India in 2004 and commenced operations through Bazee.com. It had also invested in e-commerce firm Snapdeal in 2013, but eventually wrote off its US $61 million investment in February this year.