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.
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 Sony Xperia Z Ultra (Togari) has been teased in a press invite issued by Sony for a Paris, France, media event. Read on for more details.
This week, Asus showed off a bunch of great tablets, some running Intel, Samsung won a ban of old Apple products, the Prism scandal erupted, and the Xperia Z Google Edition has been pretty much confirmed. Full details and video after the break.
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.
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.
Sony has apparently scheduled a media event for June 25. Is the Xperia Togari coming?
Two more sources confirm that Sony is planning the Xperia L4, a.k.a Togari, adding more details. Curious to know more? Read on!
Sony Honami will be allegedly called the Sony i1, could arrive in the U.S. alongside the Togari this fall
A new rumor claims that the previously rumored Honami will actually debut as the Sony i1. Both the Sony i1 and Togari will supposedly arrive in the United States later this fall, unlocked and sold without contract.