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Asus ZenFone AR will be coming this summer. Earlier last month, rumours were such that Asus ZenFone AR will be launching this June 14. However, Asus in an email statement to India Today Tech the company revealed that they will only showcase the ZenFone AR on June 14 in Taiwan, and will not launch it. Earlier, Dinesh Sharma, Director and Mobile Product Centre of ASUS India in an exclusive interview with India Today Tech revealed that the upcoming Asus ZenFone AR will come to India in the coming two months, which is sometime around August.”ASUS will be having an event in Taiwan on June 14th, and while the ZenFone AR will be a part of it, it will not be launching then, nor has ASUS publicly specified a launch date for the upcoming smartphone. We are, however, happy to share that consumers will be able to get their hands on the ZenFone AR this summer,” states Asus in an email statement.Also Read: Asus ZenFone AR will be unveiled on June 14 in Taiwan, likely to come to India in AugustRumours were such that the upcoming ZenFone AR will come packed with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. But, that’s not going to be the case. Asus ZenFone AR is set to launch this summer with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Asus in the email statement noted, “The ZenFone AR will come with the Android 7.0 Nougat OS with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.” The company also said, “The ZenFone AR is the world’s first Tango enabled and Daydream-ready phone, meaning it will provide high-quality virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) experiences. With its powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and brilliant WQHD Super AMOLED display, the ZenFone AR is engineered to deliver optimal performance for VR and AR.” This bit is confirmed about the upcoming ZenFone AR.advertisementAlso Read: Exclusive: Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom, ZenFone AR coming to India within two monthsFurther, rumours surfacing the web suggest that the ZenFone AR will sport a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD with 1440×2560 pixels resolution and will be backed by a 3300mAh battery. While, on the camera front, the upcoming Asus ZenFone AR will come packed with a 23-megapixel Sony IMX318 module coupled with features like — TriTech+autofocus system, dual-PDAF, second-gen Laser Focus, and continuous-focus. The rear camera of the upcoming Asus device also supports 4-axis OIS (optical image stabilisation), 3-axis EIS (electronic image stabilisation) for video recording and is also capable of recording 4K video. On the front, the device will feature an 8-megapixel selfie shooter which comes coupled with an f/2.0 aperture and an 85-degree wide angle lens as well. However, for now, these specs should be taken with a pinch of salt.Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom is also coming soon. Dinesh Sharma, Director and Mobile Product Centre of ASUS India said while speaking exclusively with India Today Tech. He further says, “We’re going to be shortly launching the ZenFone 3 Zoom and the ZenFone AR in India. A fair time frame would be within two months.” However, Asus may not launch the ZenFone 3 Zoom and ZenFone AR together in one go though and could announce it one at a time. “These products are ready so they could come one after the other. Which one comes first and which comes second, is something I cannot precisely confirm as of this moment,” Sharma adds.
Kolkata, Oct 29 (PTI) Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore today hoped that the stupendous success of FIFA Under-17 World Cup would motivate the countrys budding footballers to improve their game and eye a World Cup qualification in near future.”We have got the start. We should not stop here. I hope we get the U-20 World Cup, so that the start gets even bigger momentum. I believe if things go like this, its not far when India will play in a World Cup on their own,” Rathore said before leaving for the capital.Rathore, who was invited for the U-17 World Cup prize distribution ceremony, said all big sporting organisations like FIFA now have India on their radar and the country should make the best use of it.”Its a matter of pride that the U-17 World Cup came to India. It has taken Indias importance at the world level to greater heights. Now the big competitions and sports which were earlier non-existent in India are feeling the need to come to this country.”The fans response has been fantastic, we broke all records of the most attended World Cup ever,” said Rathore.The Olympics silver medallist said it was time that football became a pan-India thing.”Football is popular only in a few regions like West Bengal, Goa and NorthEast. Its a nice opportunity to make the sport popular all over. We must make full use of this.”We will take full responsibility from the Centre by bringing up more infrastructure and prepare elite athletes by looking after their funding and resources. You have seen the overall infrastructure and the modifications that have come in place have been very satisfying. We now need to be prepared for the upcoming competitions,” he said.advertisementThe former shooter had a special word of praise for the sports loving crowd of Kolkata.”Kolkata has sports lovers. They understand the sport better. They waited for the ceremony to get over even after the match was over. They showed respect to both the teams. My heartfelt thanks to all the fans of Kolkata.”Rathore urged the athletes to be more determined, saying only resources cannot guarantee medals.”If you were to win an Olympic medal only because of the money and funding or resources, then the medals list would have the whos who of the society but thats not the case. Theres something that is very important in each of us and that is the determination. Thats the biggest strength in all of us,” he said.Rathore refused to comment on whether the ministry has directed National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) to conduct random tests of the cricketers during domestic and international cricket matches, being played in India.Rahul Bhatnagar, secretary, ministry of youth affairs and sports, said they have received a letter from WADA complaining about non-compliance in cricket.”I dont have anything to add to that.” PTI TAP CM CM