EE has unveiled its latest own-brand smartphones, one of which it pitches as being the UK’s most affordable 4G device with Wi-Fi calling.
The Harrier, as it is known, offers everything you expect of a high-end device but without the cost – the lowest spec offering can be snapped up for under £99.
With a Android Lollipop operating system powering the device, users can expect a super-fast and engaging experience.
The 5.2-inch screen, which comes with Full HD, is exceptional, delivering outstanding picture quality.
If that hasn’t whet your appetite, worry not, there’s more. The device comes with a 13-megapixel camera and a massive 2,500mAh battery to ensure you stay connected for longer.
The other device being launched by EE is the Harrier Mini, which is, needless to say, a smaller version of the Harrier.
It features a 4.7-inch display, an eight-megapixel camera and also features the Android Lollipop operating system.
“Customer take-up of our existing EE branded products has been phenomenal, so we’ve worked hard to create new feature packed devices,” said Pippa Dunn, chief marketing officer at EE
“The Harrier and Harrier Mini are another big step forward and will allow even more people to benefit from a premium smartphone without the premium price – as well as provide access to a superfast 4G experience that only the UK’s biggest and fastest mobile network can provide.”
Earlier this month, the mobile network operator launched EE Power, a free and portable smartphone charger.
It can either be recharged in the home or, if low on power when out and about, can be swapped for another one at an EE store free of charge.
“Almost everyone’s experienced the frustration associated with running out of battery and it always seems to happen when you need your phone the most,” Ms Dunn said at the time.
“With EE Power, we’re trying to help by giving our customers a power bar that can simply be swapped for a fully charged one at any of our stores, at any time, for free.”