EE has just unveiled the Hawk, a cell phone that would seem crafted all around velocity, as the network is highlighting its CAT six abilities, which indicates it theoretically supports 4G speeds of up to 300Mbps, and it has arrived at 238Mbps on EE’s network at Wembley Stadium.
Most of the time you will not likely get speeds shut to that, but it does imply the EE Hawk ought to be a lot more potential-proofed in a single way than some price range telephones.
With a price tag tag of £149.99 (or from £14.99 for each month on agreement) this most definitely is a price range cell phone, primarily as you also get a pair of JBL headphones thrown in.
So what else do you get for your dollars? Perfectly, the EE Hawk has a five-inch 720 x 1280 screen, 1.5GHz MediaTek 6750 octa-main chipset, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, 8MP front-experiencing camera, 16GB of storage and a microSD card slot.
It also has a 2,500mAh battery which EE reckons will see you as a result of 10 hrs of use, a rear-experiencing fingerprint scanner, NFC and operates Android seven.1.
What is perhaps a lot more intriguing is the style, as the EE Hawk capabilities toughened Gorilla Glass on both of those the front and back, and from the front it appears to be like a good deal like the primary Google Pixel.
That incorporates the Pixel’s huge bezels, but bezels aside it appears to be like to have a a lot more premium end than some sub-£200 telephones.
The Hawk also supports both of those Wi-Fi Calling and 4G Calling, so you ought to be capable to make the most of EE’s network, and it’s out on December 1.
Whether or not it will be worth buying, we can not say, but EE’s personal model telephones these types of as the EE Harrier and EE Kestrel have commonly been rather achieved, although we were being significantly less impressed by the EE Rook.