The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is definitely a smartphone that is worth a second look if you want something high end as well as durable (considering how the screen of the Xperia Z Ultra has been ‘abused’ in the past), but good hardware alone does not make a smartphone. There must be relevant software to go along with it, and there has been some Sony Xperia Z Ultra owners who were wondering how come their respective handsets seemed to be running a different user interface as compared to what they have been used to since unboxing it. Not only that, a fair number of owners of that group also claimed that ‘X-Reality for mobile’ option no longer appears in the settings.
Before we proceed, here is a little context – that option is not available at the moment for the HSPA+ version of the handset, and Sony has plans to roll out an update sometime during the week commencing September 9, 2013, which will see the inclusion of ‘X-Reality for mobile’, making it the right timing for the LTE version of the smartphone.
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