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Sony Xperia Z Ultra specs leak

Specs for the Sony Xperia Z Ultra have leaked online adding to the picture and French Sony press invitation that emerged yesterday.

The highly-rumoured Sony Xperia Z Ultra should be making an appearance very soon as the rumours surrounding the potential Sony smartphone/tablet are now coming in thick and fast.

Looking set to be a rival to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or rumoured Galaxy Note 3, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra specs have emerged online confirming the device’s 6.44-inch IPS LCD screen with 1,920 x 1,080p resolutions.

Coming courtesy of Taiwanese site, ePrice, the Xperia Z Ultra will have an image density of 342ppi. It will therefore have a better screen than the Galaxy Note 2 and the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, but fall sort of the Sony Xperia Z.

The huge smartphone will apparently pack a quad-core 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. That will be bolstered by a microSD card slot supporting cards up to 64GB.

On the camera front, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is said to packan 8-megapixel Exmore RS camera, with a 1.3-megapixel Exmor R in front. It could also have a 3,000mAh battery    

First appearing in a sideways profile shot on a French press invitation to a Sony event on July 4, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra was shown to be an ultra-slim, stylus packing device that has a headphone jack relocated on the side of the device.

A full frontal picture of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra then leaked online, revealing the handset to be a super-sized version of the Sony Xperia Z smartphone.

Despite the picture stylus in the French press invite though, the ePrice site suggests the Xperia Z Ultra won’t ship with a stylus, but will be compatible with third-party options.

Interestingly no mention of the Xperia Z and Xperia Tablet Z’s waterproof or dust-resistant qualities for the Xperia Z Ultra.

Next, read why the Sony Xperia Z broke our editor’s heart.

Via: Engadget

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