Sony Xperia Z Ultra vs. Ascend Mate and Galaxy Mega 6.3


Today, we wanted to highlight a couple of videos that take a closer look at the Sony Xperia Z Ultra vs. Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 and Huawei Ascend Mate. This is a comparison that features some of the biggest smartphones around at the moment, and what most people prefer to call a phablet.

The iPhone size hasn’t changed in a while and we have seen phones getting bigger every year, it is totally understandable why some people call the iPhone 5 “tiny”. In fact, you can see an image here that highlights the Sony Xperia Z Ultra size vs. iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4.


The image above highlights the thickness difference between Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 6.3 on the right, Huawei Ascend Mate on the left and Sony Xperia Z Ultra in the middle. You can also see the weight along with the thickness in millimeters.

In the first video below you will get a very quick taste of specs for each of the above-mentioned devices. The video only lasts for one minute and 17 seconds, but it offers some key differences between the smartphones that some of our readers might want to know.

The second video offers a lot more insight thanks to a hands-on with all the three handsets. You will see the Sony Xperia Z Ultra side-by-side with the Ascend Mate and Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3. This reveals a clear size difference and how the main specs compare between each of the handsets, although you don’t get to see how the user interfaces compare thanks to this review being more about external design.

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 vs. Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Huawei Ascend Mate, what device is better in your opinion and why? If you are more interested in the differences between Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, then you should see a collection of videos that focus on only these two handsets for a lot more insight.


5 thoughts on “Sony Xperia Z Ultra vs. Ascend Mate and Galaxy Mega 6.3”

  1. Michael Bourke says:

    I have a Xperia Z Ultra, I tested it on Moderate to heavy use for a whole day. Off the charger @ 8am, took me till 10.35pm. Not bad. Emails, SMS, Phone calls, Bluetooth streaming of music, and showing off movie trailers on the large screen. I am using my HTC One until I get a flip for the Z Ultra. I wont have a problem using this as my daily driver. To me, having both the Note 2, the HTC One and now the Xperia Z Ultra, I would classify this as a true Phablet. I look silly anyway, so placing this Phablet to my ear to make or take a phone call does not make to much of a difference.

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