Sony’s latest flagship device, the Xperia Ultra Z is presumably one of the leading ultra-large Android smartphones all over the planet right now and now it is going to come up with a more improved version.
Software behemoth Google, is now considering launching a Google Play edition of this sophisticated phone for a price tag of $649.
The stock Android 4.4 KitKat version may not be as exceptional in feature as Sony’s UI but it will surely be much convenient in usage. The remaining attributes are almost identical.
This gigantic handset is loaded with an ultra large 6.4″ glass with an impressive 1080p resolution and super-sensitive, IP58 Certified water-resistant and shatter-proof screen, a Qualcomm SnapDragon 800 processor clocked at 2.2 GHZ along with a RAM of 2GB. The phone memory can be expanded up to 16 GB and is equipped with an 8 MP main camera featuring top-notch Sony’s Exmor RS sensor at the rear.
Beside these specifications, it has got a robust 3050 mAh battery for extra long entertainment experience. A 2MP secondary camera and Sony’s much-appreciated design (6.5mm slim package) and LTE technology are also included under the hood.
The top class attribute will preferably be the IP58-certification – which means that the phone can be dipped in water without affecting it’s functioning by up to as much as 1 meter deep and is also dust-proof. Its super-sensitive screen display similar to the Lumia1520 can be utilized with ideally anything you can dream of.
The Google Play Edition of this incredible smartphone has hit the market shelves and is on sale now for the users.
Google is in fact focusing to offer the best possible user experience with these high-end devices which you’ll definitely admire in a package that you already like, and in doing so, it has hit the target pretty successful.