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.
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.