Sony Xperia Z Ultra launched in India for Rs 46,990

Sony has finally launched its flagship device, the Xperia Z Ultra in India for a price of Rs 46,990.The smartphone will be spearheading Sony’s lineup in India and the device will lock horns with the likes of the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 and the recently launched LG Optimus G Pro.

Sony Xperia Z Ultra India

It has a screen of 6.4 inches which makes it the biggest smartphone on sale in India in terms of real estate.The smartphone will come dyevoid of any stylus but Sony claims that it will work with any capacitive stylus or a pencil with a diameter of more than 1mm.

Specifications of Sony Xperia Z Ultra:

  • 6.4 inch screen with a 1080p resolution
  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
  • 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 8 MP camera at the rear which will be joined in by a 2MP front camera unit
  • 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded by another 64GB with a mixroSD card
  • IP 55/58 certification
  • 3,000 mAh battery

The smartphone will go on sale from August 2 and Vodafone will offer 8GB of 3G data for 2 months. And it is dust and waterproof too.

Our Take: The device may be a bit on the costlier side of things but then there is nothing on sale as of now that will come closer to it in terms of performance. If you have a budget of around Rs 45,000 and look for performance then the Xperia Z Ultra will be probably the safest bet.

Price: Rs 46,990.

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[…] Both the smartphones come with quite the capable processors. The Xperia Z Ultra has been equipped with Quad core 2.2 GHz Krait 400 processor whereas the Note 3 gets a 1.9 […]

August 4, 2013 9:48 pm 9:48 PM

Features are cutting edge. But the Price should have been placed in accordance with the Indian flavour.

July 31, 2013 12:02 pm 12:02 PM

yeah you just need a good reason to spend 47000 bucks on a tablet, no its not a phone, its a tablet with calling chip on board…

Ganesh Srinivasan
August 1, 2013 8:00 am 8:00 AM

I agree, it is to be considered equivalent to a “small tablet” and not a smartphone – in terms of applications usage, multimedia usage, emailing and browsing experience etc.

May be people can look at it as combo of tablet and a 2nd phone