The Eagle 4G Tablet from EE

The Eagle 4G tablet is one of the range of branded 4G devices that has recently been launched by EE, and it is being described as the UK’s most affordable 4G tablet. Its slim lightweight design combined with superfast 4G connectivity make it ideal for streaming content on the move.

Eagle 4G Tablet from EE

The Eagle is a new affordable CAT-4 enabled Android tablet from EE, and the network suggests that it has the specifications and features associated other more expensive 4G tablets. It has a high quality silver metal casing and is easily portable due to its low weight and slim design. At eight inches it is slightly bigger than many of the tablets it will be directly competing with such as the iPad mini. Although it is branded as an EE device, the tablet is essentially a Huawei MediaPad M1.

Features of the Eagle 4G Tablet

Eagle 4G Tablet from EEDisplay: The Eagle has an eight inch IPS HD display with wide-angle viewing, which makes it ideal for streaming video and catch up TV on EE’s 4G network. The screen resolution is 800 x 1280.

Sound: The music player and the front facing dual speakers of the Eagle are perfect for streaming music.

Camera: The Eagle features a high quality 5MP camera on the rear, ideal for taking and sharing images on social media networks. There is also a front facing camera for selfies.

Processor: The Eagle features a high performance 1.6GHz quad-core processor to make the best use of 4GEE. The operating system is Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

Memory: 16GB of internal memory is included with the Eagle, and it is possible to extend this by a further 32GB using a Micro SD card. This provides plenty of storage for videos, photos, games and music.

Dimensions: The Eagle tablet measures 214.4 × 120.7 × 7.9mm and weighs 329g.

Battery: The long lasting battery of the Eagle has up to 500 hours of standby time and 24 hours of talk time.

Price Plans for the Eagle 4G Tablet

The Eagle 4G tablet is available on a range of 24 month contracts with 4GEE or 4GEE+. The current options are as follows:

  • £10 for 2GB 4GEE data with an upfront cost of £149.99
  • £15 for 2GB 4GEE data with an upfront cost of £49.99
  • £15 for 10GB 4GEE+ data with an upfront cost of £149.99
  • £20 for 2GB 4GEE data with an upfront cost of £29.99
  • £20 for 10GB 4GEE+ data with an upfront cost of £49.99
  • £25 for 10GB 4GEE+ data with an upfront cost of £29.99

Other benefits of 4GEE mobile broadband include EE film, where you can stream or download the latest movies without using your data, WiFi on the London Underground provided by Virgin Media, 2 for 1 cinema tickets and Pizza Express every Wednesday,  and special offers on home broadband.

The Eagle is not yet available on pay-as-you-go, although EE does offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.0 and the Nexus 7 4G tablets on pay-as-you-go. The Eagle is expected to be available on pay-as-you-go in the near future with an upfront cost of £199.