Ulefone Vienna turned out to be quite the surprise, being the first smartphone from a local Chinese manufacturer to focus on audio performance. The phone comes with dedicated audio chip from NXP to enhance the audio output. Along with a dedicated chip, the phone features pretty good mid-range specs, making it quite an attractive option for buyers all around the globe.
As for the phone’s pricing, on some retailers, the phone is listed at $199.99, but it looks like the company might offer some discounts via different promotions during the pre-sale period of the device. It is said that the Ulefone Vienna could be priced along the same lines as the Power, since they both have very similar specs. The Power retails for around $180, so we can expect the Vienna to be priced around this figure after discounts.
Coming to the specs of the Ulefone Vienna, the phone will come with the tried and tested MT6753 octa-core chipset with 3GB of RAM on board and 32GB of internal storage. Up front, there will be a 5.5-inch 1080p display with a 5MP front facing camera. At the back, you will find a 13MP Panasonic camera sensor. Further, the phone comes with a fingerprint scanner, infrared emitter as well as a physical camera button.
The Vienna comes with a decent 3250mAh battery inside its 8.6mm body. The phone will be available in four colors namely grey, white, black and pink.
If the phone is priced at around $180, will the Vienna be of your interest?