Screenshots from Sony's forthcoming Xperia Z Ultra
have been leaked and confirm that the device will sport an oversize 6.4-inch 1080p display with a density of 342 pixels per inch. The screenshots also show that that the device will also be among the first to run Qualcomm's Snapgradon 800 quad-core processor clocked at an impressive 2.2GHz. The Xperia Z Ultra is due to be revealed at forthcoming launch event on July 4 already teased by Sony and will sport a similar design language to its Xperia Z 5-inch flagship smartphone.
One of the headlining features for the Xperia Z Ultra is a stylus input system, the first Sony Android device to utilize the technology as the company prepares to go head to head with Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy Note III
. According to rumors, the Sony phablet will support stylus input from any pointing device - the teaser materials depict what looks like a regular ballpoint pen.
This differs from the input technology used in Samsung's current Galaxy Note-branded devices, which require a special stylus. Interestingly, Sony's phablet will also outgun the Galaxy Note III with its 6.4-inch display dwarfing the 5.99-inch display of Samsung's device. The display on the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is also expected to be the first Sony mobile device to feature the company's Triluminous tech, with X-Reality for mobile at a resolution of 1080x1824 pixels.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra (previously known by its codename as the Togari), will debut in around two weeks. [via GSMArena