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Sony Xperia Z Ultra appears on the official invitation


A new Sony Xperia smartphone has been showcased on the official invitation from Sony. This invitation is for the company’s launch event which will be held on the 4th of July from 9:30 am in the morning in France. This new smartphone could be the Sony Xperia Z Ultra which has been in rumors since some time, and we expect the device to be unveiled at the event.

Xperia Z Ultra event invite

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra could be the next big thing from Sony. Sony has already sent out invitations for the event which will be held in France, and in an attempt to hint us more about the event, the company has also printed a side view image of what we believe is the Sony Xperia Z Ultra. The invitation clearly shows us the sleek and slim body of the upcoming smartphone, which we believe will be about 6.5mm thick.

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is expected to have a 6.44-inch full HD Triluminos display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The device is also expected to have a pen based input of some kind, as hinted in the invitation. And similar to the Sony Xperia Z which is the company’s current flagship model, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is also expected to be dust proof and water resistant.

As far as the hardware configuration is concerned, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra will be as good as the Xperia Z or may be even better. The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is expected to be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB of RAM. The internal storage options could start with 16GB and go all the way up to 64GB, whereas a microSD card support will allow storage expansion as and when needed.

The invitation from Sony says, ‘Sony Mobile reserves a big surprise for you,’ but we think we already have a good idea about what’s coming our way. We never know what Sony might actually have planned for us all. So be sure to check back later, we will be covering the event for you.

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