Ulefone Vienna sold 120.000 pieces during the presale

Ulefone has just announced at their official blog, that their audio-centric Ulefone Vienna phone managed to sell 120.000 pieces during the April presale period.

vienna_120000-1Orders will be expedited starting tomorrow,  so April 15th,  first of course the oldest ones. Ulefone claims that majority of the orders came from their three biggest markets –  Russia, USA and Spain. With the end of the presale period price should be going up to 199.99$, but it’s rather likely to stay at the 169.99$ presale level.

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Vienna attracts the buyers mainly with the NXP Smart Audio PA chipset, MT6753 processor, 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM, 32 GB storage, 5.5-inch FHD Sharp display and 13 Mpix Panasonic camera.

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  1. Assefa Hanson
    April 14, 2016

    if this is true ulefone is making strides seems like they are growing strong, thats alot for a relatively small china oem

    • Tonyle
      April 14, 2016

      where is Maksm, he must have a lot want to say about this 🙂

      • Assefa Hanson
        April 14, 2016


      • Maksim
        April 14, 2016

        Honey, I’m coming, do you have any good news to say to me, oh, is ulefone vienna sales volume, in addition to the network, ulefone and doogee are mainly sold in the store. It may be you do not understand, I will forgive you, my dear.

        • Tonyle
          April 15, 2016

          actually, i have no idea what you wanted to say.

      • Maksim
        April 14, 2016

        I Maksim, not Maksm, called the wrong name is rude, you should say you’re sorry!

        • Tonyle
          April 15, 2016

          it’s my fault,sorry i can’t remember your name, too normal

  2. Joel Adames
    April 14, 2016

    I couldn’t care less about any of this kind of phones and most likely any of you either unless as a backup phone of some sort…

    I do give it to ulephone as an audio centric, sort of, phone they went for a market that is forgotten if you have no big pockets. Cheers to them…

    But You all know you are here waiting for something like the Apollo to finally become available or some other company to offer a similar device, an ALL AROUND WINNER… Not even Sammy as it died in the audio department for its new S7 (at least at the loud speaker level it did).

    I’m pissed off at Meizu for not making the hype about 6gbRam a reality … Some how, I might forgive them if the thing proves itself a good over all deal and the battery does not becomes a liability. Hehehehe.

    So no, I don’t care about slower simpler tech I’m just looking for a worthy replacement for my Elife E8 and Gionee is taking its sweet time to bring up the Elife E9 . (even if none of you care)

    That E9 should be (aiming at perfect again just changing what SHOULD be changed, nothing more):

    1. Screen at 5.7″
    2. Battery at 4500mah+
    3. Back-lit buttons
    4. Customizable notification rgb led
    5. Bigger-than-finger*reader CIRCLE for back Camera design (WOULD LOOK BETTER IMHO)
    6. MTK X25/X30 and 4gb-6gb RAM ???
    7. FULL single led Flash for front camera
    8. Not heavier than 210grms.
    9. Besides the OS, don’t change anything previously OK with it, that would be a perfect device IMHO.

    • balcobomber25
      April 14, 2016

      The E8 was launched around June last year. I would expect the E9 around July this year.

      As for the specs of the E9 I would say you are pretty much spot on. I think Gionee will focus on the form factor of the E8, keeping the large display size but making it thinner and lighter.

  3. balcobomber25
    April 14, 2016

    115,000 were from Ulefone themselves.

  4. E8hffff
    April 14, 2016

    Yeah isn’t this the company that keeps saying they sold this amount and that amount in an attempt to be reminiscent of Apple’s debut into phones.

  5. I
    April 14, 2016

    I believe the real amount is 120.000, as in 120

  6. Stanislavla
    April 15, 2016

    Oukitel K6000 Pro VS Ulefone power VS Leagoo Elite 1 VS Elephone P8000 VS Umi Touch VS Jiayu S3+ VS Doogee F5


    GPS signal test of Ulefone Power, Oukitel K6000 Pro, Umi touch, Doogee F5, Jiayu S3+, Elephone P8000, Leagoo Elite 1


    • aaaa
      April 15, 2016

      Go away, no one likes you

  7. April 15, 2016

    surprised to see the USA being on the top of the order list since Ulefone does not have band support turned on for US carriers. The MT6753 Worldmode chipset supports the USA bands but they are disabled. i have the Ulefone Power.and it is an awesome phone but only gets 2g service on AT&T. hoping Band 17 can be enabled in Android 6.0

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 16, 2016

      lol not even 3g only 2g??

      • April 17, 2016

        Unfortunately only 2g. I know that there are other phones with the MT6753 that have support for Band 17. I believe that it can be added via the ROM. Hoping Ulefone does something about it with Android 6

  8. MitsosDaBest
    April 15, 2016

    This phone is really ugly, it’s a surprise for me that it sold this number so far… But Ulefone is a serious company, not like the other Chinese crap…

    Also, they need to finally start making more phones with backlight buttons (buttons with no light = Fail).