Back at MWC 2016, Ulefone had revealed that it was working on a smartphone targeted at audiophiles, called as the Ulefone Alpha. Later, the company renamed it to Ulefone Vienna and now, it has officially announced the device, revealing its full specifications. Given that this is an audio centric device, lets first take a look at the hardware inside the device. The Ulefone Vienna comes with an independent Hi-Fi chip called NXP Smart Audio PA which features both DAC and operational amplifier. The phone supports frequency response range from 20Hz to 20KHz.
As for the main specs of the Ulefone Vienna, it comes with the tried and tested MT6753 octa-core 64-bit processor with 3GB of RAM on board and 32GB of internal storage. It’s good to see that the company is offering 32GB as default on the device, as 16GB would have been just too low to store all your high quality audio files. At the back, the phone features a Panasonic MN34172 13MP rear camera with dual LED flash. As for the display, you get a 5.5-inch 1080p LTPS screen from Sharp. Finally there’s a decent 3250mAh battery on board to power all these specs.
The Ulefone Vienna comes with a unibody design measuring 8.6mm in thickness. It weighs 156 grams. In case you are wondering, the phone does feature a MicroSD card slot along with dual SIM slots.
To top things off, the phone features a fingerprint sensor as well. As you can see in the image above, the sensor will be located at the back. There will be an IR blaster as well. The phone will come in four colors namely, grey, white, black and pink.
Ulefone is yet to reveal release and availability details, but you can expect more information pretty soon.