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With its 6.4-inch (16.3 centimeter) display, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra is almost as big as a small tablet.

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a smartphone too small, but a tablet is too large, which can resort to a “phablet”. Sony has now introduced the Xperia Z Ultra such a device with a 6.4 inch display. In addition, the Japanese company has developed a new SmartWatch in the program.

Bigger than a smartphone, smaller than a tablet: The device class of the so-called phablets to fill a gap, some of the users still do not know that they exist. The display of the device varies in size between 4.5 and 7 inches and unlike a tablet can make calls – but it no longer stuck in the pocket. There can be a larger display with better surfing or watching videos, some also have a notebook function, where you can write on the screen with a stylus.

are already on the market, for example, the 5-inch Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC Butterfly. Even bigger is the Xperia Z Ultra, Sony has announced on Tuesday.

phablet has a 6.4 inch touch-screen and is 6.5 millimeters thin. In addition to LTE and Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels, 342 pixels per inch), it offers protection against dust (IP55) and water (IP58). It runs with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

TRILUMINOS screen technology

addition, it has a write function: a conductive pen, the user can write or draw on the screen. The phablet uses developed by Sony for TV TRILUMINOS screen technology. A higher color gamut allows for richer colors and improved readability in sunlight. This also benefits the e-reader app.

Sony SmartWatch 2

(Photo: Sony )

Qualcomm’s new quad-core CPU with 2.2 GHz The processor is installed. Facilities at the 212 gram phablets (17.9 times 9.2 centimeters) include in addition to an eight-megapixel camera and NFC also 2 gigabytes (GB) of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory. The capacity of the battery should be 3000 mAh. The device, which is available in white, black and purple will should cost 679 euros and expected end of the 3rd Quarter on the market.

New in the portfolio, Sony has also the successor to its first smart watch, the SW2. About the NFC feature that Sony calls “one-touch”, can the clock with the Xperia Ultra Z connect. As e-mails, text messages and Facebook updates can be received and controlled by the display of the clock. The Android watch is available with either a black metal or a plastic bracelet. The SW2 is expected to cost € 199 and also be available in the third quarter of 2013.

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