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.
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A source with knowledge of the matter told Android Authority that one other “Google Edition” phone is coming this year, along with one X Phone.
Sony’s long rumored supersized phone may be called the Xperia ZU, and could run on a Snapdragon 800 processor, if an anonymous report is to be believed.