In recent weeks, there has been mounting speculation about Sony's rumoured upcoming phablet smartphone, the Xperia Z Ultra. Previously codenamed the Togari, the Xperia Z Ultra is believed to be announced in July, to take on models like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Although Sony is yet to officially announce the Xperia Z Ultra, it has not stopped widespread speculation and plenty of rumours about the phone’s features. Android Authority has recently reported on some of the latest information about the phone to hit the web, in the form of leaked screen shots from the XDA-Developers forum. The source has previously provided accurate information about unannounced devices, so although this is not official information it offers some of the best clues about the phone’s features that we have seen to date.
Of course, being a phablet smartphone the device is expected
to pack a larger touchscreen than its Xperia Z counterpart, which is already a
sizable device on account of its 5 inch display. The screen shots appears to
back up previous rumours that the Sony Xperia Z Ultra will incorporate a
massive 6.44 inch 1080p display. Visit our website to compare Sony Xperia Z contract offers.
Of course, a number of other manufacturers are rumoured to be launching new phablet devices this year, such as the HTC One Max, and of course the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Although it will face stiff competition, if these specs for the Sony Xperia Z Ultra turn out to be true, it certainly looks capable of competing with rival phablet devices.