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EE Eagle 8-inch

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By Wired UK on 70

The EE Eagle is a decent if unspectacular midrange tablet with good looks, an okay screen and fair processor for the price. The dual speakers are nice and it has 4G to give you download and streaming power when you need it but it has some stiff...

By Expert Reviews on 60

Other than slapping an EE logo on the back of the case, little has changed. The Eagle uses a quad-core 1.6GHz Hisilicon Kirin 910 system-on-a-chip (SoC) paired with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.In our gaming performance tests, the Eagle...

By Pocket-lint on

EE has unveiled an own-branded tablet device called the Eagle, which it describes as similar to the iPad mini in specification terms, even claiming that it is better than the iPad mini in some. It is an 8-inch device (screen resolution yet to be...

By Trusted Reviews on

A 4G tablet for £199? EE has pulled its second own-brand 4G device out of the bag and the EE Eagle 8-inch tablet is just as affordable as its EE Kestrel 4G smartphone brother. Like the Kestrel, the EE Eagle is another Huawei rebranded device and is a...

By TechRadar on

The EE Eagle is a tablet that you've already seen. For those of you with a good memory you'll instantly recognise it as the Huawei MediaPad M1. There's no hiding the fact that the 4G-enabled Eagle is basically a carbon copy of Huawei's 8-inch slate which...