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The Ulefone Vienna (US$119) is a Budget Hi-Fi Enabled Budget Smartphone for Music Lovers

Smartphones have become the king of all electronics in recent years, replacing the need for dedicated digital cameras, MP3 players and many more, however, they may not always deliver the sharpest photos and the most high-res music you can find in the market. The Ulefone Vienna on the other hand, seeks to bridge the smartphone-audio divide.

The Ulefone Vienna packs a unique Hi-Fi Smart PA chipset with an independent DAC and amplifier to give you loss-less music quality. What the Ulefone Vienna promises you is the ability to create a broad sound field and excellent stereo separation.

It’s also aesthetically and functionally-designed with the latest 2.5D curved glass alongside a uni-body design and a separate SIM-tray.

For a budget phone, the Ulefone Vienna sure sports a rather impressive display, with 1080p Full-HD display and a layer of Oleophobic Coating, which lacks an affinity to oils and as such reduces the smartphone’s tendency to attract “fingerprint” marks on the device. You also get a ultra-fast fingerprint sensor on-board, which unlocks the phone in 0.1s. Such a feature of often lacking in smartphones at such a low price point.

Of course, the Ulefone Vienna also packs on some pretty decent power, with a 3GB LPDDR3 RAM and 64-bit Octa-Core A53 processor on-board. With a decent 32GB worth of internal storage, we don’t see any major storage shortages happening at all.

You can purchase the Ulefone Vienna for US$119 here.

Zayne Seah
A tech geek going beyond specs.

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