Xperia Z Ultra: The world’s slimmest full HD smartphone

The Xperia Z Ultra is Sony’s latest phablet. The most notable thing about the device is its size. With a whopping 6.44 inch full HD display, videos and gaming are a please to the eyes. Sony has also answered recent complains of existing screen displays by introducing Triluminos Display and X-Reality for mobile in the Z Ultra. With a wider color spectrum, the Z Ultra is able to produce better and more natural colors that are true to the image/ video. X-Reality for mobile is the upgraded version of the Mobile Bravia Engine 2, and renders images sharper, less noisy, more saturated etc. Here’s the official video to explain the two new technology in the Z Ultra:

Moreover, Sony has came up with a one-two punch by including the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Clocking in at a blazing fast speed of 2.2Ghz with 2GB of RAM and a brand new Adreno 330 GPU, this device is SMOOTH and FLUID. We’ve got a demo set to play with for a week and this is the first time we can confidently say that the user experience on a Sony device is top notch! fonearena has done a good job by testing the Z Ultra with the various benchmarks for all you techies to compare. Link is right here!

The Xperia Z Ultra packs the standard NFC connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0 and comes in two variants, 3G model (which is already launched in the market) and a LTE 4G model (which is due to release some time in September).

Last but not least, a high end Sony device nowadays will always come encased in a water resistant form. This time, Sony has up-ed one level in the IP ratings, from IP57 to IP58. The Xperia Z Ultra is waterproof, up to a depth of 1.5m and for a duration of 30mins.




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