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Sony announced the Xperia Z Ultra – powered by Snapdragon 800

Sony Xperia Z Ultra

Sony announced the new Xperia Z Ultra Android-Device today at the Mobile Asia Expo 2013 in Shanghai and the new Sony device is very impressive – the Xperia Z Ultra is featuring a 6.4-inch display with a 1080p-Resolution and this Display does not only work with a stylus but according to Sony, you can also use any normal pencil with the Xperia Z Ultra.

In addition, the new Sony Xperia Z Ultra is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800-SoC (CPU), which has already proven to be a very fast monster in some benchmarks against the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa and the Tegra 4 by Nvidia.

Of course, Android 4.2.2 comes pre-installed and some Updates are certain – at least, the next releases of Android by Google, probably Android 4.3 or 5.0, which is rumored to be released at the end of October but who knows… at least, the new Xperia Z Ultra is the latest flagship of Sony and so far, there is no release of the Sony i1 “Honami” that will replace the “normal” Xperia Z-Smartphone as the flagship for this year from Sony.

The Xperia Z Ultra is 6.5 mm thin and thus, not quite as thin as the Huawei Ascend P6 with its 6.18 mm but the Xperia Z Ultra has the bigger screen, of course. It is probably just another Liga and currently the largest Full-HD smartphone on the planet.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra
Sony Xperia Z Ultra

It also includes a 3,000 mAh battery and the primary camera can take pictures with 8-megapixel. Sony even gives you 16 gigabyte of internal storage and it is reported that about 11 gigabytes is then usable by the buyer.

Of course, you can extend the storage with a microSD-card up to, at least, 64 gigabytes. The Sony Xperia Z Ultra will be available in some time – third quarter was mentioned by Sony. Then you can decide if you want this huge device with Android 4.2.2 in white, black or even purple – or if you wait for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Source: androidcentral


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