Leading mobile network operator EE has unveiled its new Harrier Tab- a new addition to the Harrier product range that also boasts Harrier and Harrier Mini smartphones.
Weighing at 310 grams, the Harrier Tab is based on the Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system and runs on an Octa-core 1.5GHz 64Bit Qualcomm processor. EE contends that a truly outstanding feature of the new tablet is that being CAT 4 enabled, it can support download speeds of up to 60 Mbps, a feat unmatched by any other tablet.
Here are a few specs of the new Harrier Tab that should interest you:
Display 8 inch Full HD
Camera 8MP rear; 2MP front
Processor Octa-core 1.5GHz 64Bit Qualcomm
OS Android 5.1 Lollipop
Being much lighter than traditional tablet phones, the Harrier Tab contains one of the best processors and batteries in the market. Users should be able to enjoy longer multi-tasking along with EE's 4G internet speeds.
Sharon Meadows, Director of Devices, EE said, “Like its smaller siblings, we’ve made sure the Harrier Tab features an impressive spec at an easily affordable price point for consumers and businesses alike. When paired with our superfast 4G network, it really does offer one of the best tablet experiences on the market and is the ideal device for work, study or downtime.”
You can check out the new tablet at EE's online shop and can either opt for the pay-as-you-go offer of £199.99 or can even get the device for free with a 24-month plan which will let you use up to 10GB internet data every month at a price of £18 per month.
Earlier in April, EE launched its first home-grown smartphones- the Harrier and the Harrier Mini. The Harrier's pricing is same as that of the new Harrier Tab and both devices contain the same processor, OS version, CAT 4 technology and Full HD displays, though the tablet compensates for the lack of a high-end camera with a superlative battery.
Having consistently featured as UK's top network service provider over the years, EE boasts the widest reach among top network operators with over 500 towns and 4000 villages in its coverage. The new offers for cheap 4G services would surely serve up a major blow to Carphone Warehouse which announced a new iD network to offer customers with flexible plans that they claim major network providers don't.