Sony Xperia ZU 6.4" phablet could let you use a pencil, Snapdragon 800 on board
Just as we heard, Sony might indeed be using a touchscreen tech on the Xperia ZU phablet that lets you doodle on it with a regular pen, not only a stylus, or even a pencil. Whether it is Neonode's tech or some other of those beaming bezels, remains to be seen, provided that the photo above is legit, of course.
Xperia Z/ZR handsets.
The source publication here confirms that the phone is indeed built in the Z line heritage, as it is waterproof as well, and IP58-certified at that, meaning it can be submerged in up to 5 feet of water for 30 minutes without damage.
Moreover, the rumored specs on the right here confirm our best hopes for a 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and a 6.5mm thin frame, so we can't wait for the phablet that holds kittens to be flaunted in Europe around June 25.
The French teaser for a demo on July 4th also depicted a very thin frame and a pen that writes "don't forget the notes in your schedules," so the scribbling functionality will be focused on indeed.