The Galaxy Note 2 is back in a “by the numbers” comparison with the recently announced Xperia Z Ultra. Warning: This is a comparison for the hardcore spec-lovers. Read on for all the details!
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra has quite a few unique functions and features, outside of its massive display. This includes the ability to use just about anything as a stylus. Wonder how that works? Read on to learn more!
Sony’s first supersized smartphone, the Xperia Z Ultra, is finally official. The device comes with a massive 6.4-inch display, a beefy processor, and is just 6.5 millimeters thick.
A new set of leaked images show the 6.44-inch Xperia Z Ultra, set to be unveiled tomorrow at the Mobile Asia Expo show.
According to various leaks, Sony will unveil four new products tomorrow at Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai. These will include a previously unknown phone dubbed Xperia C and a variant of the Xperia SP.
New purported screenshots of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra show its specs, home screen and launcher. Check out the available images.
The Snapdragon 800 powered Xperia ZU has posted an impressive Antutu benchmark result of 32173, easily surpassing the current crop of top of the line handsets.
Taiwanese site ePrice has confirmed that the Xperia ZU will use the new top of the line Snapdragon 800 processor and that the device will be officially announced by Sony on June 25th.
The Xperia ZU is Sony’s reply to the Galaxy Note 2, with the letter “U” stands for Ultra and if we take a look at the rumored specifications, we begin to understand that this phone looks like it will be a hardcore spec machine. Read on for more.
A purported image of the Sony Xperia ZU (Togari) has hit the web, but the device is still unofficial. Check out the image in the rest of the post.