Sony is rumoured to unveil its first phablet at a press event in Germany on June 25 and now the full specifications of this upcoming phablet have been revealed online.
We have known for the past few months that it is codenamed Togari and a recent report pegged the final name to be Xperia ZU, but now Xperia Blog is claiming that it might be called Xperia Z Ultra. We think that Xperia ZU seems more likely given the naming convention followed by Sony until now but considering how fast Sony is using up the English alphabets, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see Sony go for Xperia Z Ultra.
Coming to the specifications, in line with previous rumours, Xperia Blog is reporting that Xperia Z Ultra will come with 6.4-inch 1080p Triluminos display with X-Reality for Mobile. The blog also claims that Sony is using Neonode’s MultiSensing touch technology in Xperia Z Ultra to support input via pretty much anything.
A look at Neonode’s MultiSensing Touch technology in this video:
Among other specifications, Xperia Z Ultra will pack 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, Adreno 330 GPU, 8MP rear camera, 2.2MP front camera, water-resistance and Android 4.2. In addition, the phone will be super slim with just 6.5mm thickness and will weigh 212 grams.
If the phone is indeed going to be announced at June 25, we will know everything else pretty soon.
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