The phablet will be in the form of the Xperia XA Ultra, a mid-range device with one big headline feature.
Overall, the way the device looks – apart from being larger – is the same.
Despite being a big 6ins device, the battery is rather small.
It's a 2,700mAh cell which Sony claims will give you two days of battery life.
To put it into perspective, the iSight camera used on the iPhone 6S – the device's main camera – is a 12 megapixel sensor, likewise the new though highly optimised camera hardware found on the Samsung Galaxy S7.
No prices have been revealed yet and neither have the markets the XA Ultra will be available in.