Sony's power packed phone Xperia Z ultra gets the official tag(6.4"inch,snapdragon 800)

Previously named as Togari sony has just made the Xperia Z ultra phablet official and is powered with a fastest ever ARM chip yup the Snapdragon 800 processor the fastest on this planet and also has a huge 6.4" inch screen

The phone screen has a 1080i resolution and carries a nice 344ppi pixel density which is quite good enough.
It has a new technology of image engine named Sony's OptiContrast and X-Reality tech which replaces the old Mobile Bravia Engine.

Sony is placing this device by committing that this phone will be more spacious in terms of screen presence will give more area to work as compared to other smartphones.

It can be operated with stylus, a pen and as well as with a pencil.

The phone has Adreno 330GPU which is powerful enough for high end video playback and graphics.

The Snapdragon 800 chipset  also packs a quad-core 400 krait processor clocked at 2.2 GHz

The phone will run on Android 4.2.2 with a revamped Sony software to make good use of both the extra available power and screen work area.

 The back camera is an 8MP camera with Exmor-RS sensor and can record video upto 1080p and has support HDR for both still and movies.

 LED flash is missing from the phone

Xperia Z Ultra is supremely slim and lightweight with a beautifully crafted 6.5mm body and weighing just 212 grams for ultimate portability

The front and back are made of tempered glass, creating a seamless surface with the OptiContrast™ panel housed in an innovative solid metal frame which looks stunning from any angle. It features the same acclaimed OmniBalance design as Xperia Z and Tablet Z. The Xperia Z Ultra is available in a choice of black, white or purple colour finishes

Xperia Z Ultra is both elegant and durable. With an impressive rating of IP55 and IP58, this smartphone isn’t only resistant to dust, but is waterproof. so take it with you anywhere

Battery STAMINA Mode significantly improves the standby time of your smartphone by four times or more1 as it recognises when you’re not using your display and automatically turns off the functions you don’t need, while keeping the notifications you want. As soon as you press the power button to wake up your
screen, everything is up and running again

The phone is expected to be available from Q3 of 2013