Many may find Sony's upcoming mobile phone difficult to fit into their pocket, as new reports suggest that the device will be nearly seven inches in size.
According to leaked benchmarks from AnTuTu, the manufacturer is turning its back on mobile data connectivity in favour of a Wi-Fi-only handset.
The test results also indicate that the Sony Xperia Z Ultra will be a 6.44-inch device that will lack the 4G LTE radio that is offered on its predecessor.
However, apart from the lack of connectivity, everything else appears to be taken directly from the Sony Xperia Z. It will bring the same 1080p screen, quad-core processor and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, according to the report.
This means users will be able to keep texting and calling their friends and family and will lower the costs for those who only want to use the internet when they can connect to Wi-Fi.
Posted by Peter Robinson