August 19, 2013
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sony xperia z ultra aa design standing

Sony is one of the more interesting companies in the mobile technology space. Despite not enjoying huge success stateside, the Xperia Z Ultra has rebooted people’s interest in their Xperia line, with it’s ginormous 6.4 inch 1080p display.

When our very own Joshua Vergara reviewed the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, it was of the international variety, and wasn’t packing LTE compatibility.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra FCC ATT LTE

It is getting closer, friends. Lovers of large devices and LTE unite!

Thankfully, a recent spotting of Xperia Z Ultra on the FCC’s website has, for all intents and purposes, confirmed that Sony will be launching the Xperia Z Ultra on AT&T in the months ahead.  Sony and AT&T have traditionally enjoyed an excellent relationship, making this one of the more credible rumors to come across the blogosphere today.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra Review

The FCC document shows a device that is the Xperia Z Ultra. What makes this good news for those of you stateside is the fact that its packing AT&T compatible HSPA+ and LTE radios. There’s no difference or distinction between the this and the international version, except for the LTE compatibility. It’s still the same bewildering device that remains remarkably thin at 6.4mm  ever likely to make people’s jaws drop and afford you some serious mobile horsepower as it is the world’s first Snapdragon 800 powered device.

And how about you? Xcited (I kid, I kid) for Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra? Waiting for something bigger? What’s the sweet spot in terms of size for large smartphones? Galaxy Note 3? HTC One Max? Let us know down below!

Darcy LaCouvee
Darcy is the editor in chief at Android Authority. He follows the latest trends and is extremely passionate about mobile technology. With a keen eye for spotting emerging trends and reporting them, he works hard to bring you the best analysis, updates, and reports on all things Android. Darcy lives and breathes the latest mobile technology, and believes Android will be on a billion devices in the not too distant future.
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