Updated: Sony Xperia Z Ultra morphs into Wi-Fi-only tablet

It's still as waterproof as ever, too. The specs of the handset are exactly the same - 6.4-inch 1080p display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM. What just click the following page does that mean? Simply, it's just a Wi-Fi version of the handset, but Sony is acknowledging this version of the super-sized phone as a tablet in the press release before you start the "is it or isn't it?" arguments.Related storiesWi-Fi-only Sony Xperia Z Ultra rumoured to fall on the tablet side of phabletFace off: shadowy data theft, and Ellen Page wants her Read Significantly more ID backSony to overhaul camera and battery performance on Z Ultra and Z1Original story below...Pha... tabulous?But coming in at around $499, ?300, AU$560 it's a fair bit dearer than rivals such as the Nexus 7.Sony Xperia Z Ultra morphs into Wi-Fi-only tablet | News | TechRadar. Sorry folks.Has the Sony Xperia Z2 been unmasked?Just as we'd finally come to terms with the idea of phablets, Sony's mixing things up even more by launching a "tablet" version of its large Xperia Z Ultra. It wouldn't surprise us if we see this one closer to home in the near future, and hopefully with a more attractive price tag.Updated: A Sony spokesperson has told TechRadar that there are currently "no plans to make this available outside of Japan". The Wi-Fi version appeared in a leak on Sony's website earlier in the week but the announcement is now official, however the handset is only available in Japan for the time being.We asked Sony whether we might see this handset break out of Japan but it declined to comment