The waterproof Xperia Z Ultra packs the largest display on the world's slimmest full HD smartphone. That means it's amazing for enjoying media on the go. But still fits snugly in your coat pocket. And because it runs Android, it's fantastic for apps too.
Big screens are custom-made for entertainment. And the Xperia Z Ultra is no exception. Thanks to its expansive 6.4-inch Full HD Triluminous Display with the same X-Reality tech that you find in Sony TVs, you can expect the kind of lavish viewing experience you'd normally only get with a high-end television.
But just because the Xperia Z Ultra is larger than the average smartphone, that doesn't mean it's a chore to carry around. Measuring just 6.5mm thick, it's the slimmest HD smartphone on the market. It comes in at just 212 grams too, despite being fashioned from premium materials, so won't ruin the line of your clothes and won't weigh down your bag.
Too smartphones these days are too fragile. And that won't do for devices we've come to depend on. The Xperia Z Ultra is different, though. Not only is it waterproof. It's also dust-resistant and features tough-tempered glass that's coated with an anti-shatter film. That all means that the Xperia Z Ultra can take a knocking and keep on rocking.
And if you need a gadget that's great for note-taking, look no further. The Xperia Z Ultra lets you write on the screen using a pen or pencil. That makes it great for jotting down memos or sketching out ideas. And means you don't have to worry about shelling out for a special stylus.
As with all Android phones, the Xperia Z Ultra is nigh-on peerless for apps. Just head to the Google Play market and you can pick from hundreds of thousands of titles. Whether it's games that float your boat or more practical apps, there's bound to be something for you.
Other features of the Xperia Z Ultra include a Qualcomm quad-core processor, 16GB of internal storage with microSD card support to allow you to boost capacity by a further 64GB, an eight-megapixel rear-facing camera and a two-megapixel front-facing camera.