Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony Corporation has reportedly claimed to have shipped as many as 6 million PlayStation 4 game devices all over the globe. This figure is said to be way above the projected target for the ongoing financial year.
Earlier, the company had anticipated to ship almost 5 million consoles within this month. Sony unveiled its latest variant of the PlayStation gaming consoles under the name of PlayStation 4 last November in different nations across the globe. It was initially launched in Europe, American continents and then in emerging nations of Asia.
Sony’s latest game console will compete against other leading rivals like Xbox One from Microsoft and Wii U from Nintendo.
Besides competing in the gaming arena, Sony has also been striving hard to grasp some ground in the smartphone business. It recently launched its flagship phone under the name of Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
The smartphone comes with a great sleek and slim design having a massive screen glass of 6.4 inches. It might be considered bulky due to 212 grams of weight enclosed in a metal body.
Users can find a super-fast quad-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz and a built-in storage capacity of 16 GB under the hood of Xperia Z Ultra. Internal capacity can be enhanced up to 64 GB via Micro SD. A RAM of 2 makes the processing very fast and agile. It is equipped with an improved 8 MP camera at the rear whereas a 2 MP also sit on the front of the smartphone.
The battery can be very influential in the long run of this device is it is equipped with a robust 3050 mAh non-detachable battery. The smartphone runs the previous version of the Android OS Jelly Bean and is available for a hefty price of $550 in Australia.