What tops Ulefone Vienna is no doubt the independent HiFi chipset named NXP Smart Audio PA which packs both DAC and operational amplifier. The audio system of the Vienna will have a frequency response range from 20Hz to 20KHz, covering all the sound frequencies sensible to human ears. The 109db high SNR and <0.01% low THD are said to make sure users will get the pure music experience.
Among the mains specs, Ulefone stressed that the Vienna will be equipped with an 5.5-inch 1080P LTPS display from Sharp and a 32GB built-in storage for flawless music files. Others include MTK6753 8-core 64-bit chipset, 3GB LPDDR3 RAM, 13MP Panasonic MN34172 camera with dual flash, and a 3250mAh Sony li-polymer battery. Ulefone Vienna’s fingerprint scanner will support register of five different fingerprints; a physical key under the power button can be used to start the camera and voice recorder apps; and the infrared blaster will enable you to control home appliances with remote control apps.
Design-wise, Ulefone Vienna has 2.5D glass on the front side, while the unified frame and back cover can’t be removed. SIM and TF card will be put on a side-inserted tray on the left edge and on the right edge, volume up and down buttons are divided. Measuring 153.5 x 77.85 x 8.6mm, Ulefone Vienna will weigh 156g. And it will be offered in 4 colors, grey, white, black and pink.
Ulefone Vienna has been the only model featuring HiFi among small brands, also a good sign that we may begin to enjoy high quality audio at lower price.