Sony Xperia Z Ultra

Last updated: Jun 26th, 2013.

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra comes in competing with one of the most popular Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note 2. Sony's "phablet" has a whopping 6.4-inch screen. It is also a very powerful device, sporting a 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM and Android 4.2.2. 

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Sony Xperia Z Ultra now comes in WiFi-only flavoring

It looks like Sony’s really taking this “phablet” thing to the next level. The Sony Xperia Z Ultra may have launched as a ridiculously over-sized phone, but that also seems to have paved a way for it to relaunch as a moderately sized tablet. Sony has announced that they’ve ripped the cellular radios out of …

Sony QX10 and Q100 case mounts arrive for the Sony Xperia Z Ultra next month

While Sony’s QX10 and QX100 lens cameras are compatible with most Android devices via the handy PlayMemories app, it was the Sony Xperia Z1 that saw a specialized case to quickly mount the cameras directly onto the phone. Nothing super fancy, it merely offered the Xperia Z1 protection while offering a quick and easy way …

Sony Z Ultra Google Play edition gets Android 4.4.2, fixes critical bugs

The Sony Z Ultra didn’t enter the Google Play Store with the most graceful of moves. Those who bought one were unlucky enough to find some very critical bugs that made it hard to enjoy the KitKat experience.For starters, a bug prevented users from uninstalling apps, which is a pretty big oversight that we absolutely …

Sony gives update on Android 4.3 and Android 4.4 rollouts for Xperia devices

While the early days of Sony Ericsson didn’t make us believers in Sony’s ability to get their devices upgraded, the company has spent the last couple of years trying to clean that reputation up. As you’d expect, Sony wants to get as many of their customers up to the latest version of Android that they can, and that won’t stop with the launch of Android 4.4 KITKAT.

CyanogenMod 10.2 nightlies come to Moto X, Sony Xperia Z Ultra

More folks will soon be able to get in on the CyanogenMod fun on some of the latest smartphones available. The ROM developers have made nightlies available for both the Motorola Moto X (certain unlocked versions, anyway) and Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra.