Today we’re getting more details and information about the upcoming smartphone and tablet hybrid from Sony. The Xperia Z Ultra (codenamed Togari) has leaked again in a slew of screenshots, which reveal all the details, screen size, resolution and more about this phablet. We’ve also seen this device called the Xperia ZU, but we’ll have to wait until Sony announces it next month.

While we wait for the official unveiling next month, we’ll continue to look for more details on this impressive looking smartphone. Being rumored as a 6.44-inch device, clearly I’m fine with calling this a phablet. The screenshots that leaked today state 6.21-inches, but that’s likely due to the on-screen navigation keys with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean taking up some screen real-estate.

Then as the rumors suggested, the screenshot also confirm the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor on board, which is extremely impressive based on our hands-on time with it. It looks like we’ll be working with a 2.1 GHz quad-core processor here, a 1920 x 1080p full HD display, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 16GB of storage, and more.


One of the screenshots also shows what appears to be a pop-up tab on the bottom left of the display. Possibly suggesting Sony will be delivering a multi-window mode like we’ve seen lately from Samsung. Something that would be quite nice to use on a huge 6.44-inch display.

Stand-by for more details as Sony will be announcing this device early next month.

VIA: XperiaBlog

  • Richard Yarrell

    Stone cold copy cat. But I am happy for Sony. Nothing beats Samsung and the Galaxy Note 3 here not even this.

    • squiddy20

      Riiiight… Because every phone that looks similar to any other phone is automatically a “stone cold copy cat”, despite the fact that you don’t even know what either device will look like. What a moron.

    • LiterofCola

      You’re an idiot

    • Gas_Huffer

      Galaxy Note 3 will sell more, of course, but if you want the best device this will trash the Note 3. Sony will deliver a bigger, superior display–IPS LCD with Triluminos backlighting means a more efficient, brighter display with better sunlight visibility, better viewing angles, and better color accuracy–superior software (TouchWiz flat out sucks, end of discussion), superior developer support, and better materials in a package that looks like it was built to tight tolerances by a huge global tech firm rather than something you’d pick up at Toys R Us.

    • stonecold

      Fanboy lol

    • phor11

      Wait, so leaks of an unannounced device are “copying” leaks of a different unannounced device?