Sony Z Ultra Available on Google Store For $649

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It’s a well known think that Sony is more and more eager to conquer the heart and the wallet of its fans. Not far from some hours ago, a suprise was just kick in: the new Sony Z Ultra smartphone waits to be in your hands for just $649, if you live in the United States, of course. It can be ordered as usual from the Google Play Store. At a glance the first thing you will see is the herculean 6.4-inch 1080p display and the waterproof / dust-resistant design that is a well thought feature in a new approach.

More, according to our source Google said that it offering free ground shipping a limited time, with shipments in one or two days. Then, when you power on the smartphone, you will see the green robot system, probably Android 4.4.2, that fits wonderfully with the 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 quad-core processor, making the user experience a pleasure. The Adreno 330 GPU and the minimalist style – 6.5 millimeters thickness, and 212 grams, in conjuction with the UMTS HSPA+  networks transform your device in a powerfull smartphone that can help you work and play games like a pro.

2GB of RAM, a Memory card slot with microSD supporting up to 64 GB and a 3D Surround Sound with ClearAudio+ are other reasons why you must choose this smartphone model as a gift for the loved ones. If you want to make some Christmas photos or videos aroung the Christmas tree, the 8 MP camera with a 4.2x digital zoom, HDR for still images, Full HD video recording (1080p), “Exmor RS for mobile”, Front-facing camera (2 MP 1080p) and OptiContrast panel is more than perfect for an aweasome digital album.

Sony Z Ultra Google Play Edition

Sony Z Ultra Google Play Edition

 

As for the hardware, the Xperia Z Ultra will introduce more or less the same specs we all are in love for some time with a basic “Nexus-like” build of the software. On the other hand, SD card is a new component that is not a Nexus inside feature.
After this surprising release, Sony and Google will work to deliver users quicker updates for a perfect experience.

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