The test is persuasive enough to show that Ulefone Vienna’s finger ID is responsive. One year has passed since fingerprint scanner first appeared among small Chinese brands, so it is reasonable that they have made progress. But 100 hundred times unlock without failure still sounds impressive.
As a convention, Ulefone also compared the Vienna’s fingerprint scanner performance with that of iPhone 6s and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Without surprise, iPhone’s fingerprint unlock is always the slowest due to the animation effect, while Ulefone Vienna and the S7 edge got even.
Ulefone Vienna features independent audio chipset, Sharp 1080P display, and 32GB ROM, while Ulefone plans to upgrade the phone to Android 6.0 in June.