The new Sony Xperia Z Ultra is the first ever ‘phablet’ released by the company and is scheduled to make a grand entrance in the market in September. One of the main reasons it is creating a buzz is it’s 1080p resolution 6.4 inch Triluminos screen.
The screen does not only have a whopping 334pi pixel density but also uses OptiContrast and X-reality tech, which is the descendant of the Mobile BRAVIA. One wonders how good it really is though, right? Secafe, a Vietnamese website tries to answer that, by comparing it with the 4.7 inch full HD, Super LCD 3 display of the HTC One.
As the photo clearly shows, the 6.4 inch display of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra more vibrant and saturated colours than that Super LCD 3 display of the HTC One. It is also superior in contrast, and credit for that goes to Sony’s OptiContrasct and X-reality in the display.
Despite the pixel density of the Xperia Z screen not being as high as that of the HTC One (469ppi of the One against Xperia Z’s 369ppi), the phablet shows no signs of trouble with the sharpness. Naturally, final judgement is reserved until both are seen in person, but with the help of the photos for now, we can clearly see that the Xperia Z Ultra’s display is probably the quite possibly one of Sony’s finest produced works to date.
The Xperia Z is powered by Qualcomm’s current most powerful chipset, the Snapdragon 800 carrying a 2.2GHz Quad-Core processor, Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB of RAM.