EE having launched its own portable chargers, free, to EE customers, has now launched the Action Cam, but it’s not free this time.
With the EE Action Cam, you can’t purchase it outright. You’ll need to bound yourself to the EE network, subscribing to the Action Cam itself.
The 4GEE Action Cam bundle comes complete with a waterproof case, lightweight case and accessory adaptor.
The Action cam can stream over 4G LTE, without being tethered to a smartphone. The EE Action Cam records at 1080p (30FPS) and 720p (30/60FPS), and can capture still shots with the 13MP shooter.
While the camera is limited to 720p for streaming, Video recording can be by either 1080p HD video recording (30 fps) or 720p HD video recording (30 or 60 fps.) Capture full HD, you’ll need to use microSD slot, which can hold a 64GB card.
Battery wise the Action Cam comes with a 2,260mAh which will provide you with up to three hours of streaming. There are a range of accessories available for different attachments like, Helmet mount, Chest strap and Bike mount.
|Processor||Qualcomm MSM8926-2 1.2 Quad Core|
External: Supports MicroSD up to 64GB
|Wireless||4G: Band 3 (1800MHz), 7 (2600MHz), 20 (800MHz)
3G: 900/2100Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/nRF: 2.4GHz
|Optics||Ultra-sharp f/2.8, 3.4mm|
|Still image||13MP (4:3), 10MP (16:9), 3MP (4:3), 2.4MP (16:9) with GPS tagBurst mode: 13MP full size 8 fps|
|Video recording||1080p HD video recording (30 fps)720p HD video recording (30 or 60 fps)|
|Live streaming||720p HD live streaming (30 fps)|
|Battery||2260mAH Polymer Lithium-ion rechargeable3 hours video recording|
|Included accessories||Lightweight case
USB-PoGo cable for watch
Launch date for the EE Action Cam is June 16. Check the EE website for more details, link below.
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