Posted July 20, 2017 by Flipgeeks Contributors in Tech & Gadgets

Huawei KFC Commemorative Phone – So Good or So-so?

It seems that KFC is China’s largest restaurant chain. This makes sense as the company was the first Western fast food chain to set up its first store in Qianmen, Beijing back in 1987. In addition, fried chicken better suits the Chinese palate than burgers being more foreign in comparison. Fast forward 30 years, two titans in their respective industries partnered to produce a KFC Phone to celebrate the momentous occasion.

The KFC Phone has a 5.5-inch 720p display, a Snapdragon 435 SoC, a 12MP camera, 3GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. At the back of the handset is a fingerprint scanner and the most important feature, a laser-etched Colonel Sanders logo. At this time, the plan is to produce only 5,000 units for the Chinese market. This mobile phone is bundled with a KFC app, which lets you create playlists and share it when inside a KFC restaurant as you can see on the video below. The product also comes with “10,000 K dollars” a currency used by KFC in China.


I wonder what these guys have to say about Huawei’s latest offering. The KFC Phone has been available in China since last week for approximately PhP 8,400.00.



This article was written by Adrian Victoria, one of FlipGeeks newest contributors.

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