Tuesday , December 11 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Sony launches a power cover for its Xperia Ultra Z

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Sony has announced a handsome case for its small tablet – or very large smart phone – the Xperia Z Ultra. The Power Cover CP12 is the perfect accessory for the giant phone. The case folds into a stand and contains a 3000 mAh battery, that combined with the 3050 mAh battery in the Z Ultra should be enough for even the most power-hungry user. A handy stylus also slots into the spine of the case.

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra has a whopping 6.4″ Full HD display, quite large for a phone, but if you consider it a tablet then it is an almost pocketable size. It also features 16GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 800 processor and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Handily it is also water and dust resistant, once all of the ports are closed, though I can’t imagine anyone taking this monster for a swim.

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Sony hasn’t provided any details on when the Power Cover CP12 will be available, nor pricing, but it is believed to retail for around $250 when launched.

The Xperia Z Ultra is available now online through Optus from $58 per month ($35 My Plan plus $23 handset repayment), $799 through Sony Australia and will be available shortly from Harvey Norman for $733 and Dick Smith for $797.

Are you interested in a Power Cover for your Sony Xperia Z Ultra? Is the Xperia Z Ultra a large phone or a small tablet? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Android Police.
Via: Sonymobile USA.

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Saw the ultra today at Optus, first thought was that it is bloody huge, I like a good size screen but that’s pushing it


Is the case waterproof too?

Rob Pennefather
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No mate.

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