KFC releases smartphone with fingerprint scanner

Isaac Cain
July 15, 2017

Limited edition phone to cost $162. Amid a sea of extra competitive smartphones, fast food chain KFC has rolled out its very own smartphone in partnership with Huawei in China.

The new 5.5 inches smartphone, will boast a Snapdragon 425 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a microSD card slot.

In what's possibly the weirdest collaboration of all time, KFC China and Huawei have teamed up to release a fucking branded smartphone. Kentucky together with Huawei joint cooperation, the introduction of Huawei Chang enjoy 7 Kentucky commemorative version of gorgeous struck!

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The announcement was made via KFC's Weibo page in Chinese, but The Verge was kind enough to run it through Google Translate for excellent results. There's also a pre-installed music app that lets you create playlists and share them in the restaurant.

There is even a fingerprint scanner on the back, according to The Guardian, which tipped a gratis 100,000 "K dollars", the Colonel's virtual currency. You shouldn't expect the KFC phone to come to the US, Australia or United Kingdom anytime soon though, this is nearly certainly a China exclusive only. Moreover, the Android 7.0 operating system on the KFC phone will lack Google services as it is made for China.

So, would you invest in this finger clickin' good smartphone by KFC?

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