Looking to get your hands on Sony’s super-sized handset, the Xperia Z Ultra? Those in the United States don’t have much longer to wait, as pre-orders have now begun, with an expected shipping date of October 14th.
We take a quick look at how the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 stacks up against the Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
Both the Galaxy Note 3 and the Sony Xperia Z1 were launched today. So how do they compare to each other and the rest of the competition? Read on to find out!
X Reality can probably be best described as an HD upgrade, giving your images a bit more clarity, color, and depth.
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 compatib...
The Xperia Z Ultra, the Sony device that blurs the lines between phone and tablet, has improved on its predecessor’s display shortcomings.
The Honami has many who are impressed with the Z Ultra hoping it’s a similar profile, just in a smaller package. The above pic should please those folks, who see the two devices next to one another. While not remarkably smaller, it’s probably just small enough to make most of us interested in a 5-inch device happy.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is a pretty neat phone, though it may be too big for some, coming in at 6.4-inches. Does it meet up to expectations, though? Find out in our review!
This week we field questions regarding the Galaxy Note 3, whether it’s better to wait for upcoming phones or just buy one now, and the difference between the Xperia Z Ultra and the Nexus 7.
HTC’s chief marketer said that the next variant of the One series would come in the fourth quarter of 2013. He was likely talking about the highly anticipated One Max.