EE has today announced its new own brand 4G tablet, to be available on both their pay as you go and pay monthly plans, the tablet has been named the EE Eagle it has been built by Huawei but will be branded as an EE device.

The tablet will run on a quad-core processor, and will feature 16GB of on-board storage, as well as a microSD card slot for a further 32GB.

However EE have yet to reveal any more specifications than that, however the company’s chief marketing officer, Pippa Dunn has claimed that the specs will rival that of the iPad Mini, despite its identical design to the Huawei MediaPad M1.

It will also be priced lower than the iPad Mini, available now from EE for £199.99 on pay as you go, or for £49.99 on a £15 pay monthly plan, with 2GB of monthly data, and will be available to buy in the UK from May 28th.

If you prefer you can also go on the PAYG plan that is priced at £10 for 1GB of data, or on EE’s double speed plans which start at £20 a month for 15GB of data, or £50 a month for 50GB of data.

EE also announced that a further 20 cities will get double speed 4G connectivity by the end of 2014, bringing the total up to 40.

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