All this while, Ulefone has marketed the Vienna as a cheap Hi-Fi equipped device. The phone’s unique selling point was always going to be the high-quality audio output that it aims to provide. However, the latest video from Ulefone wants to show that the Vienna is more than a Hi-Fi device. The video focuses on the phone’s performance and claims that it is the fastest phone from the company so far.
Ulefone has quite the experience when it comes to Mediatek’s Mt6753 octa-core 64-bit chipset. The company has used the same chip on multiple phones in the past including the Ulefone Paris and Ulefone Power. With the same Android 5.1 Lollipop OS on top, and nearly half year worth optimizations, the company has reportedly managed to master the OS for fluidity.
In the video, Ulefone shows that its Vienna is super smooth, opening up applications, gallery, and playing games without any hiccups. In the AnTuTu benchmark, the phone managed to score above 39,000, which may not be much according to this year’s chipset standards, but it’s good enough to drive your everyday needs. The MT6753 chip along with 3GB of RAM on board should provide fluid performance on the device. Further, you get a large 32GB storage as standard to store all your Hi-Fi audio files.
Other features of the Vienna include a 5.5-inch 1080p display, fingerprint sensor, 2.5D glass with gorilla glass panel, infrared port, 3250mAh battery and a 13MP Panasonic camera. You can check out the direct comparison of the camera quality of the Vienna and the S7 Edge from here. And yes, given that this phone is marketed as an audio-centric device, it comes with an NXP audio chip and Box sound chamber for a superior audio experience.