EE has just unveiled their most inexpensive 4G smartphone that will be hit the UK and this handset will run the newest version of Google Android OS. EE Company has mentioned that the aim of the handset knows as Rook and has a price tag of £39 or approx $60 US Dollar or £40 if not an existing costumer of EE.
The EE Rooks features a 5 megapixel camera and 4inch 400×800 display. The EE Company states that the handset might potentially available for far more than two million handset users to use 4G for the very first time.
ALSO READ: More about cellular country reviews
EE Director Sharon Meadows said: “We believe everyone should have access to 4G and the experiences it offers on the go. The new Rook from EE provides a great 4G smartphone at a compelling price – allowing even more people to enjoy the benefits of our super-fast mobile network, from high-speed web browsing and downloads to gaming and streaming.”
This budget friendly handset also comes with a quad-core 1GHz MediaTek processor supports with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage than can be expand up to 32GB via microSD, also a 0.3 megapixel front facing cam.
EE is the biggest mobile network operator in the United Kingdom and the biggest 4G operator in Europe. EE was established in 2010 adhering to a combination between Orange and T-Mobile.
There are many cheap smartphones out in the market today however; EE promise a 4G network and the newest version of Android Lollipop make the Rook a very desirable affordable handset choice.