BY | July 18, 2013

Sony Xperia Z Ultra U.K. release date announced with £599 price tag. Sony’s latest handset the Xperia Z Ultra is coming to U.K. Various U.K. retailers have announced the price and release date of the phablet. It is to appear in stores on September 13 for a price as low as £599. It means you can get a high-end and greatly powerful phablet for a smart and cool price. More U.K and other retailers will soon announce the device now.

Sony will introduce the black and white units of the Xperia ZU at first, while its purple variant will come at a later date. The same happened in the case of Xperia Z earlier this year. We hope that Sony will soon bring in the Xperia Z Ultra in other markets across the world as well.

In fact, the Xperia Z is going to fight with the top-end larger smartphones in market including Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 3. Sony has figured out the gadget packing all advanced features and technologies to make it a really stunning competitor to the entire phablet series out in stores.

Going to its specs, Xperia Z Ultra is a 6.4-inch machine, thus becoming the world’s largest handset ever. The display screen packs a resolution of 1080p that you can also find with the top-of-the-line phones in market. It is powered by a Qualcomm’s most powerful chipset the Snapdragon 800.

The chipset is covered inside a quad core 2.2GHz Krait 400 processor, 2GB of RAM and an Adreno 330 graphics card. Sony has done a really good job by enhancing the quality of the display as well.

Furthermore, the Xperia Z Ultra has a Triluminous display that utilizes other innovative Sony technologies like OptiContrast and X-Reality. It runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box like all other latest high-end phones out there.

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