In detail … Meet the new Sony Xperia 5 II

Sony announced its new phone Xperia 5 II, Through which you focus on photography, whether photographic or video. The following are the most important details of interest to the user:

Issue date and price

The phone will be available for pre-order from September 29, for $ 949, but the strange thing is that Sony said it will not ship the phone until December 4.

the screen

The screen size is 6.1 inches, the refresh rate is 120 hertz, and the touch sensor rate is 240 hertz.

Processor and battery

The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor, and the battery capacity is 4.000 mAh. The phone comes with an 18-watt charger, knowing that you can use a more powerful charger up to 21 watts to charge the phone battery at a higher speed.

Xperia 5 II


The size of the RAM is 8 GB, while the internal storage is 128 GB, there is an option of 256 GB, with support for the external memory microSD.


The phone has 3 cameras on the back, arranged vertically, and each has a resolution of 12 megapixels. Among these cameras, an ultra-wide angle lens and a 3x telephoto lens. The camera can take 20 pictures per second.

It is reported that the phone supports connection to the fifth generation networks, but it will not work on the fifth generation networks in the United States.


Diana Kubasova has suffered from a thief attack – Celebrities

“Yesterday the phone was stolen from me, there is a very professional phone thief mafia who is now trying in every way [telefonā] get in, send funny messages, call me. They are trying to get in on the phone in every way, hopefully it won’t work, hopefully I won’t make a stupid mistake, “Kubasova told about the bad situation on Instagram on Sunday, September 7.

It is clear from Kubasova that she was not left completely out of touch, because she has another phone.

The model then showed what letter she had received from the thieves – it said that her phone had been found and that it had to be clicked on a suspicious website to retrieve it.

“I ignored these fake emails, checked everything, changed the passwords, how else to keep my account secure? I’m sure they will ask for a ransom for their phone, because they will not be present, but then we will see,” Kubasova addressed the followers.


How can you use your phone to get to your parking spot?

Source: Dubai – the Arab portal for technical news

Are you having trouble remembering where you parked your car, especially in crowded places? Now you can use your Android or iOS smartphone to easily locate where you parked your car.

The (Google Maps) application on Android or iPhone phones allows you to save the location of your car when parked to access it when returning quickly, and iPhone users who have CarPlay or a Bluetooth connection in their cars can also use Apple Maps.

First; Use Google Maps to find your car park on Android and iPhone phones:

In the beginning, you will need to save your parking location in Google Maps, and you can also set notifications for parking data, and the steps do not differ on Android and iPhone phones, all you have to do is follow the following steps:

• Once you find an ideal place to park your car, open the Google Maps application on your smartphone, and search for your current location (blue dot).

• Click on the blue dot; From the location options menu, click on the Save your parking option. This will place the map pin in your current location and mark it as a parking place.

Check that the map pin is in the correct location, zoom in (if needed) and make sure your vehicle is located.

How to find your parking spot:

• After your trip, open Google Maps on your smartphone.
• Click inside the search bar at the top of the screen.
• Click on the option (parking location), then in the lower right press the Directions button, to quickly determine the parking location of your car. This will give you all the options for Google Maps to find your way into your car.

To set notifications for where your car is parked, such as: where you parked and how long you parked, you can follow the following steps:
• Click on the menu tab located in the upper left corner of the screen.
Scroll down to the option (Settings).
• Click on the option (notifications) Notifications.
• Click on the (Getting around) option. Then activate the option (parking locations) by pressing the toggle button next to it.

Third; How to use Apple Maps:

In order to use Apple Maps to find a parking spot, you’ll need to make some settings, as follows:
Go to the settings on your phone.
• Click on the (Privacy) option.
• Click on the (location services) option, and make sure to activate it by pressing the switch next to it.

• Scroll down on the (Location Services) screen until you reach the System Services option, then click on it.
• Click on the “Significant Locations” option. You may be asked to enter a passcode, Touch ID, or Face ID to activate this option.

• Once you have completed these steps; Return to the (Settings) screen.
• Click on the (Maps) option, then activate the Show Parked Location option.

Once you complete these steps, the next time you drive somewhere, you can track your car’s location in Apple Maps after parking it easily. Make sure your iPhone is connected to the car via (CarPlay) or Bluetooth and then get out of the car. When you disconnect from the car, your phone should display a notification indicating that Maps is showing where you parked your car.

When you want to find your car; Open the (Apple Maps) application, then press the pin for the parked car, then press the (Directions) button to follow the direction of walking to your parked car.


Meet bear in Trentino, I treated him like a dog – Trentino AA / S

“He followed me for two minutes”

“I treated the bear like a dog, I praised and calmed him.” This is the story told to the Dolomiten newspaper by a South Tyrolean who last week met a bear during an excursion near Cavedago, in Trentino. The 57-year-old from Prissiano, HE, was walking to Lake Garda when a “relatively young” and above all very curious bear suddenly emerged along a forest road behind him. The man accidentally had the phone in his hand and immediately activated the camera. The plantigrade approached “even less than 5 meters”, even when the hiker attempted a detour, leaving the forest road to go up a slope.
The chase, which lasted about two minutes, to the man “seemed like an eternity”. “I didn’t die of fear, because the bear didn’t seem aggressive,” comments the South Tyrolean.