Xperia Z Ultra Full Sized Image Spotted Again: Will Sony Announce Togari on July 4th?


Sony Xperia Z Ultra codenamed Togari has already been leaked several times in past months. The recently revealed press invite from Sony which will be held in Paris also leaves ample space to consider Sony Xperia Z Ultra's launch soon. The invite which is written in French translates to "Sony Mobile reserves a big surprise for you". The long time rumored device is expected to reveal itself in flesh and blood at this event in Paris which is dated to July 4th.


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Xperia Z Ultra Full Sized Image Spotted Again

Few hours back one more image got leaked which shows a full sized image of the so called Xperia Z Ultra. Have a look at the image below:

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Xperia Z Ultra Full Sized Image Spotted Again

Considering the previously rumored specs Xperia ZU or Z Ultra would come with Android 4.2.2 OS sporting a 6.44 inch screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels, a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor S800 clocked at 2.2Ghz supported by 2GB of RAM, a digital camera of 8MP Exmor RS coupled with a secondary front facing 2.2MP camera and 16GB of internal storage expandable via a micro-SD slot.

It is also estimated to feature new infrared screen tech from a company called Neonode, which lets you control it with pretty much anything - a finger or a stylus. The handset was also rumored to launch with Android 4.2 with dimensions of 179.2 x 92 x 6.5mm and weight of 212g.


As of now, there are no confirmed reports regarding the specs and features of the soon to be announced, Xperia Z Ultra. Pricing and availability also remains unknown. However, as the invites are dated to July 4th, which is less than a month from now, it is highly expected to be seen then.

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