We expect to see the Sony ZU equipped with a 6.44 inch 1080 x 1920 resolution screen. The display uses the Triluminous technology for a bright picture. X-Reality technology for mobile is included as it is next in line after the Bravia 3 engine. Under the hood will be a quad-core 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Back and front-facing snappers weigh in at 8MP and 2.2MP respectively. We should point out that the shooter on the rear is using the Exmor RS sensor.
While we're doing this, we should take a moment to discuss the new display which uses Neonode’s MultiSensing technology to allow any object to be used as an input for the screen. A demonstration of this technology can be viewed on the video below. Android 4.2 is running the show, and this is all wrapped up in a package just 6.5mm thin. Will the Sony Xperia ZU be able to make the phablet battle a three-device race? Certainly, without a U.S. carrier to nurture the model, market it correctly, and offer a subsidized price, the Sony Xperia ZU is going to find it an uphill battle to compete in the states.
source: XperiaBlog via AndroidAuthority