EE's 4G network has been switched on in 11 UK cities today, 30 October, and below we've laid out all of the 4G devices available on the network, and how much they will cost on each of the five monthly tariffs.
Starting today, EE will be offering eight 4G devices, with more from HTC and Samsung due before the end of the year.
EE's 4G plans start from £36 per month for 500MB of data and go all the way up to £56 per month for 8GB, with the initial cost of each handset falling the more you pay each month.
Here are a list of EE's price plans, all of which are based on two-year contracts and include unlimited calls and texts as well as access to BT's Openzone Wi-fi hotspots around the UK:
- 500MB - £36-a-month
- 1GB - £41-a-month
- 3GB - £46-a-month
- 5GB - £51-a-month
- 8GB - £56-a-month
The Lumia 820 will be available in the UK from Friday, 9 November (a week later than it officially launches), and features a 4.3in AMOLED display with a resolution of 480 x 800 and a pixel density of 217 pixels per inch (ppi).
Running Windows Phone 8, the Nokia Lumia 820 is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB of RAM, and there's 8GB of internal storage, plus a microSD card to add more.
EE's cheapest 4G phone, the Lumia 820 is free on all of the network's tariffs.
Huawei Ascend P1 LTE
Huawei's P1 is an Android smartphone with a 4.3in screen with a resolution of 540 x 960 and a pixel density of 256 per inch. Powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB RAM, the P1 has 4GB of internal storage (plus a microSD card slot to increase it) and around the back there is an 8-megapixel camera.
The Huawei Ascend P1 LTE is £19.99 on the cheapest £36-a-month tariff and free on all other plans.
The 820's bigger brother, Nokia's Lumia 920 has a slightly larger 4.5in screen with an HD resolution of 768 x 1280 and a pixel density of 332ppi. Around the back, the Lumia 920 has a sophisticated 8-megapixel camera with a 'floating lens' that allows for much improved image stability.
Powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB of RAM, the Lumia 920 has 32GB of internal storage, but there is no microSD card slot to increase this.
As with the Lumia 820, the Lumia 920 will go on sale in the UK on Friday, 9 November. It wil cost £130 up-front on the lowest £36-a-month contract, dropping to £49 on the £41-a-month tariff and £19 on all other contracts.
Looking very similar to the HTC One X, the new XL has a 4.7in display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 and a pixel density of 312ppi.
The One XL is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and there's 32GB of internal storage, although this is no microSD card slot to increase this further.
On the back, there is an 8 megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash and the phone runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
The HTC One XL is £149.99 on EE's £36-a-month contract, £49.99 on the £41-a-month and £29.99 on all other tariffs.
One of our favourite smartphones of the year, the 4.8in Galaxy S3 has an HD screen, can be upgraded to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), and is powered by a quad-core 1.4GHz processor with 1GB of RAM.
EE is only selling the 16GB model for now, although it does come with a microSD card slot so the storage capacity can be increased by up to an extra 64GB.
The Galaxy S3 LTE costs £149.99 on EE's £36-a-month contract, £49.99 on the £41-a-month plan, and £29.99 on all other plans.
If the Galaxy S3 isn't big enough for you, then EE is also offering the 4G-ready Galaxy Note 2, with its 5.55in display and HD resolution of 720 x 1280.
To make good use of that huge screen, the Note 2 has an S-Pen stylus that can be used to interact with the phone, draw, and write on the screen.
Powered by a quad-core 1.6GHz processor and 2GB of RAM, the Note 2 is (on paper at least) one of the most powerful smartphones on sale today.
EE is offering the 16GB model only, although there is a microSD card slot, so you can increase this by up to 64GB if you have a card that big.
The Note 2 LTE will set you back £179.99 on EE's cheapest £36-a-month contract, £139.99 on the £41-a-month plan, £89.99 on the £46-a-month tariff, £39.99 if you pay £51-a-month and finally £29.99 on the most expensive £56-a-month deal.
The iPhone 5 is available with 4G exclusively on EE (mainly because its hardware won't work with Vodafone and O2's 4G networks when they come online next year), and is offered with 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage.
With a 4in screen and resolution of 640 x 1136, the iPhone 5 is powered by Apple's dual-core A6 processor and 1GB of RAM.
On the back, Apple has installed an improved 8 megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash, and there's a 1.2 megapixel camera on the front.
The 16GB iPhone 5 costs £179.99 on EE's £36-a-month plan, £109.99 on £41-a-month, £49.99 on £46-a-month, £29.99 on £51-a-month and finally £19.99 on £56-a-month.
The 32GB iPhone 5 costs £269.99 on £36-a-month, £219.99 on £41-a-month, £149.99 on £46-a-month, £99.99 on £51-a-month and £29.99 on £56-a-month.
Finally, the 64GB iPhone 5 costs £379.99 on £36-a-month, £269.99 on £41-a-month, £219.99 on £46-a-month, £189.99 on £51-a-month and £139.99 on £56-a-month.
EE is also offering the Huawei E589 mobile Wi-Fi device on its 4G network.
Price plans for the Huawei mobile Wi-Fi device, which converts a 4G data signal to Wi-Fi, allowing you to connect up to five devices at once, are as follows:
- 2GB - £15.99-a-month - device costs £49.99
- 3GB - £20.99-a-month - device costs £29.99
- 5GB - £25.99-a-month - device is free
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