According to a new revelation, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra features a manual reset button hiding next to the microSD card slot. An image showing this secret button has been revealed, which suggests that a lot of thinking has gone behind the making of the Xperia Z Ultra. A hardware reset button is a rarity in modern smartphones as a reset can be achieved through a simple long press of the power key. Perhaps Sony wanted to keep this secret option available for warranty complaints or other issues, hence explaining its hidden visibility. Previously, smartphones like the Xperia SP and ZL were also seen sporting a similar reset button.
The Xperia Z Ultra was announced back in June and has been available in a few regions since then with no concrete details on American availability yet. We can expect T-Mobile to launch the device sometime next month in the U.S. with the UK slated to get the device in September. The Sony phablet packs a 6.4 inch Full HD Triluminos display, a 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 chip, 8MP camera on the back sans flash, a 2MP front facing camera, 3,050 mAh battery and Android 4.2.2.
Source: Xperia Blog
Via: Android Community