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Sony Xperia Z Ultra Review – Part 4 : Hardware Tests

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  1. Rahul says:

    the phone has great performance but it is not preferable to many people bcz of following reasons:-
    1) the screen is too large to hold and holding in one hand and pocketing it the user feels a bit uncomfortable and affects the ergonomic factor
    2)the camera does not have a flash which makes images shot in night or low light to blacken out or reduce the visibility causing the image to be blur.the images shot in daylight are crisp and clear
    3)the camera is 8 MP ,the resolution factor counts for better image which is better in its counterpart sony xperia z
    4)the battery life is average and the phone lasts for a day on normal usage
    5)the sound quality is good but an additional speaker would be of great help
    apart from that the phone has great features like
    1)2.2 ghz snapdragon quad core processor which runs multiple apps with ease
    2)a 6.4 inch screen which gives it a edge ahead of other smartphones
    3)a better touch wiz for greater accessibility
    4)the latest version of android which gives it a edge over note 2
    what else to say sony have done a great job in various departments to make this phone a worthwhile experience.but it would be better to wait to buy until the release of note 3 next month or so

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