Even with display sizes of Android flagships increasing, there is still a line between smartphones and tablets. There are some devices that though that are certainly toeing this rapidly thinning line.... One such device is the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, that pushes the size limits of a smartphone, with its massive 6.4-inch display. Other than the gigantic screen, the Xperia Z Ultra is identical to its namesak...
Google has dropped the amount of Google Play Edition devices down to three from five. Until today’s change, Google had the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, LG G Pad 8.3 and HTC One (M7) listed on the... Play Store. All three devices were shown as out of inventory for some time before they were removed.
It is currently unknown whether or not we will see new Google Play Edition devices, especial...
Sony has begun the roll out of its Android 4.4.4 KitKat update for the Xperia Z1 compact. The Xperia Z1 and Z Ultra are set to follow shortly.
According to well-known leaker/modder DooMLoRD, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra will not have a successor after all. The leak also claims the Xperia Z3 will offer a new design with slim bezels and a 7mm thin profile.
Sony has released a new trailer promising the “next big thing” and asking us to stay tuned. Could this be a hint at the Z Ultra’s successor?
Today, Sony has announced that it is to begin rolling out a major Android 4.4 update for its Xperia Z Ultra, Xperia Z1, and the Xperia Z1 Compact, with other devices set to follow.
A huge number of handsets, old and new, have received nightly versions of CyanogenMod 11 (Android 4.4) this month.
Phones are once again becoming bigger and bigger, with OEMs pushing the line between a phone and a tablet. 5-inch displays have become the new standard, and the “phablet” is far from a niche market.
A new update has started rolling out for the Xperia Z1 and Z Ultra. While Android 4.3 is still present, the update does bring a few minor changes, including a new White Balance setting.
The latest Xperia Z Ultra ad that Sony is airing in Japan showcases that beautiful Full HD IPS LCD display in all its glory. Using some clever filming techniques, the ad fools the eye into believing the Z Ultra is the size of a TV.