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KFC is reportedly working with Chinese manufacturer Huawei to make a new phone to celebrate 30 years of the fast food company in the China.
The phone will basically be a Huawei device encased in a red KFC like logo picture with a photo of the Colonel emblazoned on the back along with the year 1987, marking the year the fast food company made it to China. The image in the marketing material also suggests that there will be some KFC themed software along with a background and a KFC app preinstalled.
There’s also an app called K-Music, which according to the marketing material will allow you to pick songs you want to hear when you’re in one of KFC’s 4,000 restaurants throughout China.
The device is reportedly called the KFC Huawei 7 Plus, which could just be a redesigned Honor 7 Plus or Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus, but it does not look the same in photos. Spec wise we only know it’ll come with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and microSD support up to 128GB. We can also see a fingerprint sensor on the rear of the phone and a single lens camera on the top left.
Tmall – a major retailer in China – will begin selling the KFC Huawei 7 Plus from Thursday for the equivalent of $160 (£125, AU$210). We dont expect the phone to come in international markets anytime soon, as it seems to be a China exclusive only.