With the company’s F3 flagship so close to shipping, DOOGEE has decided to unveil a new product today in the form of the company’s first earphones simply called the Vienna.
It looks like DOOGEE is attempting to follow in the footsteps of companies like Xiaomi and expand their product range to include products like earphones. The company has released pictures of the Vienna as well as the earphone’s spec sheet.
The earphones are IEM-type (In Ear Monitor) earphones that come in a very futuristic design. From the pictures released by DOOGEE, it looks like the shells for the earphones are made from a combination of plastic and aluminum. According to the Vienna’s spec sheet, they feature a power range of 3-5mW, an output impedance of 16 Ohms, a sensitivity of 90dB at 1KHz, and feature moving-coil loudspeaker transducers.
The Vienna also comes equipped with a microphone for calling. The microphone features an input impedance of 2.2K Ohms at 1KHz, a voltage of 2.5V, a current of 100mA~500mA, a sensitivity of 2.5VDC:43dB, a signal-to-noise ratio of >58dB, and a distortion rate of <3%.
According to the company, the DOOGEE Vienna earphones will be priced somewhere between USD11 to USD20 and will be officially launched sometime in August.