The Sony Xperia Z Ultra was unveiled on June 2013 as a very large-screened device. It has a Full HD 6.4″ display, impressively slim body (6.5mm), Snapdragon 800, waterproof, and has 4G LTE support on it. However Sony is likely going to reveal more versions of this device, and one of them is the WiFi-only version.
As you can see from the screenshot above (click the picture to enlarge), the device named SGP412 (project name for Xperia Z Ultra WiFi) has the same specs as the Z Ultra, including 2 GB RAM, Android 4.2.2, Adreno 330 GPU, and 6.44″ Full HD display.
Before the AnTuTu leak, the device has been popped up by an FCC certification.
The Z Ultra WiFi would be a nice portable handset, and it should priced at a cheaper price than the original Z Ultra.
We don’t know more about information of this device, so keep an eye on our blog.