Sony is adding two smartphones to its growing stable of devices. Meet the Xperia T2 Ultra and the Xperia E1 — both substantial updates to Sony’s 2013 models. Best yet, both are offered in dual-sim variants.
These latest phones join the Z1S and Z1 announced last week at CES.
It appears as though Sony’s upcoming flagship, the Xperia Z Ultra, (yes, the same Xperia Z Ultra that was officially announced by Sony earlier today) has finally passed through the FCC. This specific version was a whopping 6.4-inches and had 1,700MHz HSPA and GSM 850/1900MHz radios built-in. There is plenty information on the cellular and dual-band WiFi radios, but nothing on LTE thus far.
The new Sony Xperia Z Ultra is the biggest phone that Sony has made to date, coming in at a whopping 6.44-inches. In fact, that’s big enough for Sony to have launched it as a WiFi only tablet in Japan. Sony has created a pretty smart marketing video to back the device, aiming at specifically showing off the large screen size on the Xperia Z Ultra.
We’ve been getting confirmation as well as timetables from manufacturers regarding Android 4.4 updates to their devices, and today we’re getting the information from Sony.
According to Sony’s blog, the Xperia Z series will be upgraded to Android 4.4 KitKat— timing information was not included in the announcement.
Sonys released new Phablet in the Xperia Family; The New stylish, Stunning and Light slim form, impressive build quality, durability (water and dust proof), The New Xperia Z ultra, Released on June 25, 2013.
I was going to buy the Sony XPeria Z Ultra from a store last night when the salesman gave me a demo and I noticed a midly unnerving feature of the Sketch app in the device.
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 where the S Note screen rotates upon rotation of the screen and lets me take notes in both portrait and landscape modes, the Sketch app in the Sony XPeria Z Ultra doesn't seem to le