Sony went big with its latest mobile device unveiled today at the Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai: the 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra.
Sony's new oversized smartphone is large even by "phablet" standards — consider that the Samsung Galaxy Note II, the second generation of the device which drove the need for the phone/tablet hybrid term — measures 5.5 inches.
Its specs follow suit:
Of course, we're most interested to see how the primary 8-megapixel camera performs — hopefully better than Sony's flagship Xperia Z smartphone which we found didn't quite hold up to its promising specs.
While Sony didn't yet share pricing details, look for the Xperia Z Ultra this summer, available in black, white or purple.
You can read the full press release here.