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Thursday 27 June 2013

Sony unveiled the latest phablet officialy : The Sony Xperia Z Ultra

After Sony's flagship device that is unveiled to match Samsung Galaxy Note 2, they have finally came out with their latest model, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra.

This model has already made a better way up from Xperia Z as they introduced Xperia Z Ultra with a gigantic 6.4" screen with 1080p resolution beating most of the current phablet floating with in the market in Malaysia which offers up to only 720p.

On par with it's brother, Z Ultra offers 4G LTE, 16GB internal memory and an expandable slot for micro SD. Apart from that, it is similar to it's brother by being a dust-resistant and also a waterproof handset.

Not only that, Xperia Z Ultra also offers a new 2.2Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor while the device is running on JellyBean 4.2.2.

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The Xperia Z Ultra, in terms of design it's quite similar to The Xperia Z

Sony had also implemented in the most advanced screen technology, only found in the latest high-end TV into Xperia Z Ultra, the TRILUMINOS display.With TRILUMINOS display, users are able to experience more natural colors and details of the media.

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The difference between a Standard LCD and the latest TRILUMINOS display
Below would be the video taken from YouTube on the latest monstrous phablet :

It is expected to be sold in the market by Q3 2013. But market wise, should be in the United States or United Kingdom. How long will it take this giant to reach Malaysia shore? Maybe end of Q3? Or will it be Q4? Let's hope for the best as we would like to receive this beast as soon as those staying in US / UK.

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