Sony skillfully turned the smartphone into a tablet




Sony skillfully turned the smartphone into a tablet

Sony Xperia Z Ultra

What if you remove the huge number of cellular module? Correctly, you get a compact tablet. This is what Sony has done with its Xperia Z Ultra , which in the coming days will be sold in versions of Wi-Fi.

Fablet Xperia Z Ultra, introduced in the first half of last year, really more like a tablet than a smartphone. Its 6.44-inch display size is only slightly inferior to the 7-inch tablet-perhaps the most popular form factor for this class of devices. The dimensions and weight Z Ultra unchanged: 179 x 92 x 6,5 millimeters and 212 grams.

Besides cellular module, all components of the device remained in place: the same 4-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 800 with 2.2 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, support for Bluetooth 4.0, microSD and 8-megapixel camera encased in a waterproof metal housing . Yes, Internal memory has been increased from 16 to 32 GB.

The new tablet – so Sony calls this device in its press release – is running an operating system Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

In Japan, the new Xperia Z Ultra will go on sale January 24 for about $ 500, which is slightly more expensive than competing brands of tablets. Regarding the timing of the availability of the tablet in the rest of the world not yet known.

So unpretentious way Sony showed how easily the line between smartphones and tablet computers .
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