Sony Xperia Z Ultra Review (6.4″ 1080P Triluminos/Snapdragon 800/6.5mm)

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This is my Full Review of the Xperia Z Ultra from Sony.

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra sports a 6.4″ Full HD Triluminos Display (344 PPI).

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is also the world’s slimmest Full HD smartphone at 6.5mm.

Its powered by the latest Snapdragon 800 chipset with 4 Krait 400 cores clocked at 2.2 Ghz coupled with an Adreno 330 GPU and 2 gigs of RAM.

It runs Android 4.2.2 Jellybean with Sony’s own custom Xperia UI out of the box.

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra has 16GB internal storage that can be expanded by adding a micro sd card upto 64GB.
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29 Comments on Sony Xperia Z Ultra Review (6.4″ 1080P Triluminos/Snapdragon 800/6.5mm)

  1. Z Ultra or P8 Max or HTC One Max or LG G Pro 2 or Samsung Tab S 8.4" or Z3 Tablet Compact or Nexus 7 (2013) or iPad Mini please!? Maybe u can rank these and put these in Orders No. 1 to 8 please! Thanks ..

  2. HEY C4E, update the video and please revisited the Xzu with Kitkat 4.4.2. You will love it more than 4.2.2. I'd personally love my Phablet phone and I custom my homescreen like a boss. I will post an update video soon about it. 

  3. S800 Snapdragon processor running an incredible work evidently diminishing energy consumption. The design is amazing. Manufacture thinner is impossible because it has the thickness of the headphone jack. Display … Really impressive! I also have the Note 3 because I sell these items on Internet, but it really did not surprise me at all

  4. I come from a Galaxy Note 2, a little tired very similar design on all Samsung devices, I changed the Xperia Z Ultra and I think it is by far the best decision I ever made. My fears about the battery, disappeared when I realized that pays the same as the Note 2.

  5. How come?

    Is it a technical thing or a preference thing?

    Seems like the best Android device out right now, especially if you pair it with a Bluetooth headset (if you're bothered about the size).

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