Sony Xperia Z Ultra: Complete Review
You may wonder whether this is a phone, a tablet or something else. The Sony Xperia Z Ultra was designed to be a phone but looking at it closely with it 6.44 inch screen, it makes it look like something out of what a Smartphone should generally be.
This device is undoubtedly excellent. It has attracted praise from many quarters. It 6.5mm thickness makes it very comfortable and well suited in the hand than most folks might think. The full HD screen is one thing that has impressed a lot of us. It’s one feature that has made this device catch the eyes.
As the first Smartphone with Qualcomm's snapdragon 800 chips, at quad core processor that clocks 2.2GHz makes spec-fans to go wild in excitement and praise for this awesome innovation from Sony.
This Sony Xperia Z Ultra device has a magnetic charging port just by the side. This is to facilitate, well, magnetic docks that readily allow charging. This taxes so much of its design but just for where it is normally discrete.
The dust proof and water proof element of the Z Ultra is clearly one of the outstanding features it has that will definitely keep it unique and attractive to customers and help it succeed in the mobile market. This will also help cover for the lapses that the phone might have or the loop hole that Sony products have. The little cover doors by the side that seals the ports are back in full force. Though it amazing that they are not at all used on the head phones jack, with Sony's team working hard to find a way the water gremlins won’t destroy your sound.
Just like the Xperia Z before this version, it is something that is as much of a taste acquired like the Xperia we have in our hands today. It has a sharp design just like the other ones and this is what makes it a little much more difficult to handle in our hand but with the rubber exterior it makes it does easily mitigate this to some certain extent.
In general use is where the CPU speed is shown. It is very fast, as fast as anything we have between apps, the speed is just excellent. Its Wi-Fi feature makes it lightly fast. I think we have come to the point or coming to the point where Smartphone will become or have become faster than we require them to be. None the less we are greatly impressed with this great performance.
The screen quality is one of a kind. They have really improved in what Sony screen quality used to be, they have fixed it those loop holes. They now have Triluminuos technology which has helped to tremendously improve their screen colour saturation levels in major and very important areas. This has gone a long way to further increase the palette for a fairly stunning looking picture. The Xreality engine
that has been developed for mobile has also played a key role to help it. It now fixes the missing pixels in standard definition pictures.
The phone comes with excellent videos with great pictures to demo this technology. Even with it great features the phone images does not live up to the hype that Sony heaps on it. It still has the same the Xperia Z has. It still has that slightly washed out tint to it. The camera is great but can still be improved for a better and more impressive definition of images.
What about the battery. A 3000mAh is what was expected from an outstanding innovation like this. But we are still expecting more from the Sony Xperia Z Ultra when it lands in our hands live for full review.
Candidly, I think this Sony's technology will do well in the mobile market bit it won't be a main stream device but it would certainly bridge the gap between tablets and phones. Let’s keep our hands crossed and wait for the official launch and see how things work out for this innovation from Sony.
Kevin is a tech enthusiast. He is a lover and writer of tech and other related subjects like wordpress, social media etc. You can meet him here www.blogspotblog.net or www.danaty.org