• Sony released 6.4″ Xperia Z Ultra – thinnest, fastest waterproof phablet with pencil input and Android 4.2.2

    Posted on June 26th, 2013 David Brooks No comments

    Since the official release of its 2013 flagship smartphone Xperia Z, Sony has successfully announced several wonderful devices in the recent months. The Sony Xperia Z has been one of the most popular smartphones in the world. Now, Sony officially announced the upgraded model of Xperia z, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, a smartphone that comes with a large 6.4″ 1080P FHD Triluminous display technology, pencil input support, 2.2GB quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and Android 4.2.2 OS. There’s no doubt that this new smartphone would just like its sibling Xperia Z attract worldwide people and bring another marketing wave for Sony.

    The phone specs would be amazing. Sony Xperia Z Ultra marks two very important firsts in the mobile world. It is the first phone with the scorching 2.2GB quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, and the first phone that comes with a hearty 6.44 inches screen display. The screen display sports Sony’s new Triluminous display technology with a 1080p Full HD resolution, thus delivering people excellent movie experience to watch HD movies on Xperia Z Ultra.

    Sony Xperia Z Ultra

    The smartphone also comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, an 8MP Exmore RS sensor on the back with all the usual bells and whistles like HDR video capabilities, and a microSD slot for memory expansion. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 naturally sports a built-in 4G LTE radio, but it is also capable of HD voice quality, if your carrier network supports the service.

    Sony didn’t stop here, though – it made the world’s thinnest Full HD phone, at mere 6.5mm, and, despite the tempered glass chassis OmniBalance build, graced it with superior waterproof functionality, complying with the IP58 standard. That is chillaxing in 5 feet of water, up to thirty minutes, and escaping unscathed, and a remarkable achievement for such a thin device. Granted, at 212 grams it is not the lightest out there, but considering the huge display panel, the metal side frame around it and the phone’s glass shell, it is worthy of praise in this department as well.

    Sonly also has employed a technology that allows you to write on the screen with any regular pen or pencil whose tip is more than 1mm in diameter, besides gracing it with stylus input functionality. Android 4.2.2 with Xperia UI coating is running the show, all backed up by a 3000mAh battery, allowing the world’s longest audio playback at 120 uninterrupted hours and talk time is top-notch as well, cited at 14 hours. Of course, with this display panel diagonal video playback endurance is on the average side at 5.5 hours.

    Xperia Z Ultra

    The phone also comes with a bunch of innovative accessories, like the SBH52 dynamic Smart Bluetooth Handset with one-touch hands-free call handling. Its OLED display allows you to browse your call log, view text messages, and see who’s calling, so most of the time the huge phone can stay in your pocket or purse. It is also a stereo music headset, and has a built-in standalone FM radio with RDS. Pairing is done simply by touching it to the Xperia Z Ultra or any NFC-laden phone. The SBH52 has a splash-proof minimalistic design, so you can use it even when raining.

    The other cool accessory if the Magnetic Charging Dock DK30, which sports a magnetic pin that allows you to slip the Xperia Z Ultra in the cradle quickly with one hand. When charging, the phone still stands at a viewing angle suitable for watching movies on the big display, for instance.

    The Sony Xperia Z Ultra will launch globally starting Q3 2013, which means next month in certain markets, but for exact pricing and availability by market we’ll have to wait for the scheduled rollout. The world’s largest phone will be available in white, black and purple for every taste.

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