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Sony Xperia 1 II - the Lazarus of Smartphones

Well, well, well... Look who's back on the Street ! He's tall ..he's strong..he's Loaded ! That's exactly what the Xperia 1 II is all about ! Sony can well be termed as the "Lazarus"  for coming back from the dead - quite literally. It was standing against all the odds with likes of Samsung, Apple, One Plus in Premium and Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, Huawei in the Mid Segments, Sony had no where to land and with this particular model they have reaffirmed their faith in their Premium segment and its definitely Working ! I know the naming is weird (seriously who names their product "one" "two" ) Check out their official Video: Credits : Sony Youtube Channel Credits : NDTV Mind you , this is the first smartphone with a 21:9 4K HDR OLED 6.5" Display with 90 Hz Refresh Rate - let that sink in. Sony has used its experience in its Television Display tech and dropped it straight up on the Xperia 1 II. With the notch nicely hid

X Ray Camera on OnePlus 8 Pro ?

There's been a lot of buzz regarding a particular type of filter which when used can see through some objects and it was none other than the flagship One Plus 8 Pro . Check out the video below which proves the same : Credits : Unbox Therapy Youtube Channel As it turns out it's not exactly "X Ray" Cameras that the Oneplus 8 Pro loads , but commonly used infra red sensors. There's a new IR Filter option in the Camera App of One Plus 8 Pro that turns on this feature/fault. If you do have a OnePlus 8 Pro , try the " Coloration" Filter and point the camera towards any plastic object like in the video.  With most smartphones packing 4-6 cameras on a single chassis , one of the module is prominently used for depth sensing. The IR (Infra Red) camera sensor is precisely used for the same. This feature though looks cool and right out of a scifi movie does raise questions of Privacy. Sony had faced the flak for similar feature in the 1990's in a Camc