Sony Xperia Z Ultra carries the Snapdragon 800 banner proud and high


Sony Mobile has really done their part to pull themselves up from being an ordinary smartphone manufacturer to one who has beautiful and brilliant designs, this I cannot deny. Ever since they split from the Ericsson merger, Sony Mobile’s concerted efforts have proved to be drool worthy, and their newer flagship models are always a step in the right direction. The recently announced Sony Xperia Z Ultra is set to wow plenty of people, where it boasts of being the slimmest
and largest Full HD smartphone display in the world, sporting a Galaxy Note 2-challenging 6.4” Full HD TRILUMINOS display that is powered by X-Reality for mobile engine, ensuring your eyeballs are in for a treat.

Not only that, the entire Xperia Z Ultra has been carefully crafted to come in an ultra slim body which measures just 6.5mm thin, and it also conforms to waterproof and dust-resistant (IP55/IP58) standards. Running proceedings from within would be a speedy quad-core 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, alongside LTE support for blazing fast performance. Not only that, the Xperia Z Ultra allows you to write and sketch on it using any pencil, with the option to use a selected stylus or pen to boot.

Sony claims that there is also the Battery STAMINA Mode which ought to help owners of the Xperia Z Ultra extend its daily use, considering the relatively high power consumption required by the various hardware specifications of the smartphone itself. This unique Battery STAMINA Mode would be able to detect when the phone is not in use, and shut down the various apps that are idle in order to conserve juice. Running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice, the Xperia Z Ultra comes with an 8-megapixel shooter that does Full HD video recording, a front-facing 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity, NFC support, 16GB of internal memory and a microSD memory card slot.

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