The world’s biggest fast-food chain KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) has partnered with Huawei to boost their 30th anniversary in China. Correspondingly, with respect to fact that both the brands have witnessed the rise in China for these 30 years and owing to their grand success, Huawei has launched the KFC Huawei 7 Plus, in extremely limited quantities.
KFC has made this tremendous proclamation in a post, through its Weibo account. The announcement also accompanies a video that was uploaded along with it. The video features the humble beginnings of the KFC’s in 1987 and covers its highlighted life journey until the present day. Further, the video also shows the design aspects of the red-hued smartphone.
The phone’s internals is likely to be identical to the Huawei Enjoy 7 smartphone. Design-wise, the phone comes in a red color metal body; and the rear camera and the LED flash, is placed at the top left corner of the device. Further, the phone also sports both the KFC logo (Colonel Sanders face) and the Huawei’s logo, along with the year 1987 at the rear panel.
Coming to the specs, the device comes with a 5.5-inch display; Snapdragon 425 processor; 3020 mAh battery; 3GB RAM; and 32GB internal storage that is expandable up to 128GB via microSD. Reportedly, only 5,000 units of this device will be available and are set to go on sale from today.
Besides, this limited edition model will come with the KFC’s mobile app pre-loaded, along with 100,000 “K dollars” (virtual credit on the KFC app); and the users will be offered access to the KFC’s jukebox service called K-music, through the phone. Finally, the device is priced at 1099 Yuan, which could be barely translated as INR 10,400.