KFC Partners with Chinese Smartphone Brand Huawei


The American fast-food restaurant chain, KFC, seems to be in a blissful mood of celebration, as it is all set to complete its 30 years of existence in China. All the KFC fanatics in China will now be able to own a KFC Phone, which is the result of a partnership between the famous chicken chain and a tech giant, Huawei Technologies. KFC is unleashing the customized Huawei 7 Plus phone to celebrate its 30th anniversary in China.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, which is popularly known as KFC throughout the world, has a massive global presence and is predominantly renowned for its fried chicken.
In order to make this anniversary celebration magnificent and a bit more unique, KFC has come together with a well-known Chinese smartphone brand called Huawei. And together, they unveiled a limited edition smartphone on 13th of July, 2017 in China.

KFC and Huawei both took to its Weibo account and first broke this announcement about the launch of the dream piece of Chicken lovers on Friday. The official video is being circulated on all the social networking sites. This KFC phone will have a limited distribution of 5,000 pieces, and it will be made available on the KFC mobile Cellnet review app and the Tmall store for only KFC members.

Specs and Features of Huawei 7 Plus

The zingy-looking cell phone is going to feature the face of the KFC founder, Colonel Sanders, on the back. The red-colored smartphone also promises a 5-inch screen display, along with by a Snapdragon 425 processor. The device also comes equipped with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB of inbuilt storage. This one-of-a-kind device comes up with an inbuilt KFC’s K-music app, which is a jukebox function that users can try when they dine at more than 4,000 KFC outlets across the country.

Packed with 3,020mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor, this brand new device will be out at a price tag of about $160 (approx INR rupees 10,200). Since this latest tech piece of KFC is fully made in China, it will not be activated in most parts of the world and will also lack Google services.

We can’t wait for KFC to mark one such grand anniversary in India, where it would couple up with a major tech brand to distribute its very own branded gadget to all the chicken lovers.

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