Sony’s got themselves a press event scheduled for tomorrow (today, depending on where you live) in Munich, Germany and where we’re pretty a new smartwatch is in the cards, we’re also willing to bet a slew of shiny new, full sized Androids will be in attendance. One such device we might be able to check off that list is the Sony Xperia ZU (possibly Z Ultra, codnamed Togari), a 6.44-inch phablet that could be one of the largest yet.
The fellas at ePrice were able to secure what appears to be an official promo image for the Sony Xperia ZU, showing what’s sure to be the device’s biggest feature — pencil support. Okay, we know that sounds a bit odd but stay with us. Judging from the promo image, it might be possible to place paper on top of the display, and when writing, translate the writing digitally to the ZU. Pretty advanced, right?
Of course, it’s also entirely possible that Sony is telling us the device is so large, it makes the perfect flat, solid surface for writing on top of. We wont have to wait much longer to find out, with an official announcement coming in the next few hours. Stay tuned.
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