Anonymous, 20 Jul 2013Can the battery be changed? I know it's non user replacable. But if I send it to a showroom, w... moreGo to utube look for sony experia z ultra disassembly and watch movie on taking it apart you will also see that you can buy a battery and tools all in one pack to complete the process, just take your courage in both hands and dont rush things be careful is the byword
Anonymous, 16 Jul 2013Yeah, because if there's one thing I use on my smartphone every day, it's the LED flash. /s... moreagreed..i use little photo all the time for night time so the flash actually doesn't bother me,what bother me is the battery,if my phone is hang,i can't remove the battery and i have to wait for it to work again...and if it is not going to work and hang for 30 minutes,what actually can i do about it...and most people says the camera quality is not good,suprise by that because it have triluminous and x-reality...instead they said samsung's is much better,so i can't make up my mind,samsung mega 6.3 or this cool gadget
Rock Johnson, 20 Jul 2013it's really funny. ultra means slim ? this one is not ultra. this is Xperia Z Ultra. that me... moreMust it have a better camera with flash than xperia z before it answers to the name ultra,in almost any other specs apart from the camera it's an upgrade to the XZ,so that still doesn't qualify it as an Ultra?
Can the battery be changed? I know it's non user replacable. But if I send it to a showroom, would they be able to replace the battery?
AShoaib, 20 Jul 2013Ultra means Ultra slim for such size, its not about the camera... if you assume something wron... moreit's really funny.
ultra means slim ? this one is not ultra.
this is Xperia Z Ultra. that means upgraded Xperia Z series.
Xperia Z,ZL,ZR also having a 13mp with led flash. then what about Z Ultra ?
Now, don't be upset if the phone doesn't have a flashlight, the new Exmor RS sensor seems to be promising, unlike what the Ultra had :(
If dual sim capability is added to the z ultra then it will be a gold item.
ton, 18 Jul 2013Why sony xperia z ultra has no camera led flash?instead of led flash it has exmor RS sensor which is used to capture the high quality pictures in dim light & dark rooms....
lilrick96, 19 Jul 2013What type of lie is that? There is no " ULTRA" camera on here just because of its name. Ultra means Ultra slim for such size, its not about the camera... if you assume something wrong by yourself then its not the fault of the manufacturer..
lilrick96, 19 Jul 2013What type of lie is that? There is no " ULTRA" camera on here just because of its name. Agree!
The word "ULTRA" in its name refers to the depth of the unit, not the camera.
As in ultra slim.
Durai, 16 Jul 2013This is 8Mp ultra camera, so compare to others this one camera quality very highWhat type of lie is that? There is no " ULTRA" camera on here just because of its name.
Just an 8 mp cam without a flash...wot happnd 2 sony??A great lapse from xperia z cam quality..
babavyrus, 18 Jul 2013phone makers should know it makes no sense when you cant remove the battery of a phone.its jus... moreSo totally agree with you...I will look at this device and enjoy the experience ....as a museum piece ..it will be worth a bloody good look and worth a study....that is about it.....for all the usefulness as a gadget I will carry on using the Note 2...and wait to see if I might like the Note 3....but I will wait it out ..and see if Samsung might make a Note Inside 7 inch..and with phone capacity......and I will wait for the Note 12.2....if that device excells in quality then I will go for that machine first....have held out for far too long for a decent tablet and note 10.1 and Note 8 have been a disappointment quality wise...and I never want an ipad...an ipod touch is more than enough for me from apple....It would have been amazing as a five inch media device....but apple have only their thoughts and ideas which they want to develope....but what you said about the battery....I completely agree with you.....museum pieces tend to be like that..nice to look at ... what else can you say...
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