New 4G tablet follows the launch of two smartphones in range earlier this year
EE has extended its Harrier range of 4G devices with the launch of the first tablet in the product line.
The Harrier Tab is the second own brand tablet to be launched by EE following the launch of the Eagle last year.
The device has an eight-inch display, an octo-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing, 2GB RAM, 16GM memory and a 4,650mAh battery.
It runs on the latest version of Android (Lollipop 5.1) and is CAT 4 enabled meaning that it can connect to EE’s Double Speed 4G network which offers real world speeds of up to 60Mbps.
The Harrier Tab will be available free on contract plans from £18 per month which offers a monthly allowance of 10GB of data or from £199.99 on prepay.
The launch follows the release of the Harrier and Harrier Mini smartphones in April.
“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,” said EE director of devices Sharon Meadows.
“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.”