A new video of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra has been released. In the video you get to see the amazing versatility of the touchscreen on the device. You can literally write on the display with a multitude of different items, from keys, to coins, to pens and much more. It's an intriguing concept to allow virtually anything you have handy to become a makeshift stylus. You can definitely call this phone a phablet and it is an apt description. Here's a quote with a few more interesting tidbits,
What do you guys think? Is this something that would prove useful to you?The folks behind Chinese ePrice appear to have taken this promise to heart, for they have posted a video on YouTube where they subject the Xperia Z Ultra's screen to some rather extreme testing.
Luckily, a Stanley knife doesn't appear to register well enough with the phablet, so that precludes us from suggesting you consider a more sensible alternative that has your (future) phablet's longevity closer to heart. That being said, using your keys will work. And so will a coin or a pen. Actually, we'll just let you have a look for yourself, and see that Sony's promise mostly holds true.