Sony seems to come without calling function with Xperia Z Ultra

Sony has an Xperia Z Ultra version without a call function ready, according to documents and photos from the American testing agency for communications equipment FCC. The Xperia Z Ultra SGP412 Wi-Fi therefore seems to appear as a tablet with only Wi-Fi support.

With its 6.4″ screen, the Xperia Z Ultra is one of the largest smartphones and in terms of size, the model is hardly inferior to the many 7″ tablets out there. Sony seems to have thought so too, as details and images of an Xperia Z Ultra have come online that do not allow the user to make calls by default, writes XperiaGuide

The photos, from the FCC, show an average Xperia Z Ultra, but the device has a Snapdragon 800 MSM8074-soc without baseband processor for calling and mobile internet. The Adreno 330 is still the same GPU and it is again a device with a 6.4 “screen that has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. The 2GB RAM and 32GB storage capacity is also identical to the smartphone version and the cameras are also nothing. altered.

When Sony will release the model is not known and neither is the price. An announcement may follow at the MWC fair in early February.