Sony has officially taken the wraps off of its new phablet, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, a whopping 6.4-inch Full HD Android smartphone powered by Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 800 chipset. Running at 2.2GHz, the MSM8974 quadcore makes the Xperia Z Ultra one of the fastest - if not, for the moment at least, the fastest - phones around; it also gets 4G LTE and an 8-megapixel camera.
Sony Xperia ZU leaks up until this point and as of today it looks like a few additional images have surfaced. This latest leak is offering a clear look at both the front and the back of the device. The Xperia ZU has also been dubbed the Xperia Z Ultra and that goes to speak about the size of the phone itself.
multiple reports again that the Samsung Galaxy Note III has leaked, and we're even getting live images of the rumored smartphone tablet hybrid. We're sorry to bring you bad news, but this is not the Samsung Galaxy Note III, which is expected to be revealed in August of this year at IFA. Instead, it's the recently announced Samsung Galaxy MEGA 6.3-inch device. Don't believe the rumors.
Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 was spotted with the FCC back in April, however it looks like the handset has recently made another visit. This latest filing remains largely the same, but it did bring some potentially good news for those hoping to see the handset arrive with AT&T. Basically, this new filing is showing support for AT&T LTE.
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.
Sony has recently sent out an invite for an event that will be taking place on July 4th. The invite arrived as the standard 'save the date' style teaser, however there are a few details and hints included. Just to begin with, the invite is showing the side profile of the device that is expected to be announced, the Sony Xperia ZU. This handset is expected to arrive with a 6.44-inch display and if we are looking at the invite correctly -- it also appears as if it will have support for a stylus.
third Galaxy Note smartphone has leaked in the wild. Following a successful Galaxy Note II release, we're getting our first look at the upcoming 5.99-inch Galaxy Note 3, or at least a prototype of some sort. One that's obviously being covered in a protective shell to disguise the design and identity of the device. Which is nothing new. Read on for more details and thoughts.
Galaxy Mega 6.3 (along with the slightly smaller Galaxy Mega 5.8) back in April and since then we have seen reports suggesting the handset was going to arrive in the US by way of AT&T. Well, we have yet to see anything official from AT&T or Samsung on that front, however the handset has begun shipping to those in the US.
HTC smartphone codenamed the HTC T6. Previously thought to be a device over 5-inches to replace the HTC Butterfly and DROID DNA, we're now lead to believe this will be called the HTC One Max, and look exactly like the original HTC One.
Sony has a device with every letter in the alphabet they're moving on to additional naming methods. Today we're seeing a pretty random image of what is being reported as the Sony Xperia ZU Phablet. Previously spotted and rumored as the Togari tablet.