EE Hawk

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EE Hawk
69

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Based on 7 expert reviews
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    1
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    2
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Expert reviews and ratings

By MobilePhones on 77

Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeOur EE Hawk review reveals a just-above budget smartphone that brings with it a few features that have previously been reserved for phones costing at least twice as much. You can pick up a EE...

By CoolSmartphone on 73

EE Hawk – ReviewDan Carter February 19, 2018The IntroductionI've said it many times in the past. These days you don't need to spend a fortune to get some great hardware specs, and this is even more true when it comes to some network-branded devices.The...

By Expert Reviews on 60

The EE Hawk is a welcome change of pace from four-figured smartphone flagships, but is far from budget...

By TechRadar on 70

The EE Hawk doesn't offer the aggressive spec per pound of its Vodafone rivals. However, it is a solid phone with an unusually plush design that gives you some of the flavour of an iPhone for just a fraction of the price.Its camera won't blow your mind,...

By techadvisor.co.uk on 70

The EE Hawk is a little gem at the start of 2018. The build is above average for the asking price, and it is a solid handset to go for if you simply need to use 4G data on a smartphone but don't want to spend half your paycheck to do it.It is not a...

By Stuff on 60

The EE Hawk is a solid budget phone, with a particularly slick, iPhone-like design. A toughened glass back isn't something you see at the price too often. If you're not entranced by the design, the Moto G5 and Vodafone Smart V8 buy you better insides,...

By goodhousekeeping.co.uk on 71

A great handset for those on a budget. It's got style, a great camera and even comes with a pair of JBL headphones as standard. Admittedly it's not fast at opening apps and web browsing, and the battery won't last the day, but these are fair compromises...

By Recombu on

If you want to jump on EE's super-fast network but can't afford one of the more premium handsets, the Hawk is a perfectly respectable budget solution. We'd have preferred a Full HD IPS screen to really make the most of our video streaming sessions,...

By techadvisor.co.uk on

In our experience the best way to get a cheap phone is to buy it SIM-free then grab a great-value SIM-only deal. You won't be paying £50-odd per month for a phone for the next two years, and you can swap it for a newer model whenever you fancy it. All...