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Sony to unveil Xperia ZU aka Togari phablet at the event in Paris?

The Japanese MNC Sony has planned to organize an event in Paris, France on July 4, 2013. Sony has dispatched the invitations for the event at Paris to its target audience, and it seems the invitation had a teaser concerning 6.44 inch mobile device. We believe that the teased device is the much anticipated and earlier rumored Sony Xperia ZU Ultra device.

Subsequent to quite a few months of news spread through rumors, the Japanese electronics giant, Sony is finally prepared to divulge its next big size mobile device called Sony Xperia ZU. Several rumors had reported that Xperia ZU is codenamed as Togari.


Based on the invite sent by Sony for Paris event, we can now logically conclude that Sony will reveal its new phablet category device in that media event. Also, this is the first time Sony has officially included an image of its big size mobile device. Nevertheless, this is not the primary occasion that we are expecting that Sony will reveal its Togari device in an event.

Sony is also planning to organize an event in Germany by 25th of June 2013. On the other hand, the event invitation for Germany had not got any indication about the Togari device and hence it is most likely not to be revealed at that event.

Sony’s new phablet device – Togari is probable to come out of the box with Android 4.2 Jelly bean operating system. The device is expected to have 6.44 inch screen display with an Adreno 330 graphics processing engine. Sony Xperia ZU ultra phablet is likely to be powered by Qualcomm built Snapdragon 800 processor capable to run at a clock speed of 2.2 GHz.

This new device may come up with dual camera option, the rear one with 8 MP camera and another camera with 2.2 megapixel in the front side. On the whole, the device is expected to be weighing 212 grams and size of this device is expected to be 179.2 x 92 x 6.5 mm.

It is to be noted that Sony is yet to officially confirm the specs of this device. So let us wait until the event at Paris gets over.

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