The Samsung Galaxy Note II and the Optimus Pro had been run away leaders of the Phablet pack so far. However, looks like there is competition brimming in that space as Sony has officially announced it’s own Phablet and this time, it is bigger than anything even Samsung has done, yes including the Mega series. Looks like big phones are indeed the in thing. Let us quickly look at the specs of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra and why this may well be the ultimate phablet.
The device comes with a 6.4 inches 1080 P with Triluminos technology and X Engine which is primarily a proprietary Sony technology from it’s range of Bravia televisions. The device like Xperia Z is IP 55/58 certified making it resistant to dust and water and usable in some of the most inhuman conditions. However, the rocking part of the device is it’s SoC. The Xperia Z Ultra rocks a Snapdragon 800 SoC with a quad core Krait 400 CPU clocked at 2.2 GHz and an Adreno 330 GPU.
The Xperia Z also measures just 6.5mm on the thickness front making it one of the thinnest devices out there. The Camera on the rear of the device is 8 MP capable of taking 1080 P videos and comes with ExmorRS Sensor. There is 2 GB RAM On board to keep things moving along nicely and also 16 GB Internal Memory with expansion slot. The Xperia Z Ultra rocks a 3050 mAh battery which should last you all day.