Little to no information has come to our attention ever since Sony issued a press release that saw the official announcement
of its second phablet: the 6-inch Xperia T2 Ultra
. We've been told to expect the device to reach areas such as China, the Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, but we've had no word as to when exactly the T2 Ultra will hit retail.
Fortunately, it would appear that we're getting closer, for the official retail packaging of the phone has been leaked in China. With that in mind, we'd say that an official launch within a month or two is a fair bet. The spied device is headed for China Mobile (XM50h), and is, unsurprisingly, of the dual SIM type.
If you're a little foggy on the specific hardware loaded on this giant device, then pay attention. That 6-inch glass comes with a 720x1280 pixel
resolution, good for 245 ppi, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor from Qualcomm, 1GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel camera with an Exmor RS sensor. We also have a feisty, 3000mAh cell, NFC, and LTE capabilities in tow. At 0.29-in (7.6mm), the T2 Ultra is also quite slim.
Pricing still remains unconfirmed, though early reports
pegged the figure at €399 in Europe, if and when the Old Continent gets the T2 Ultra.
Sony Xperia T2 Ultra retail packaging