EE has launched the UK’s first 4G-enabled CAT4 device, the Huawei E5776 Wi-Fi.
The broadband provider - which is rolling out 4G mobile services across the UK - says the device allows users to create super-fast 4GEE hotspots when they are out and about.
EE describes the E5776 Wi-Fi as "the perfect companion for mobile users who want the fastest speeds on the move".
The firm says the arrival of the CAT4 mobile Wi-Fi device will allow customers to take "full advantage" of EE's super-fast network.
It will allow consumers to enjoy some of the fastest speeds for super-fast mobile browsing on laptops and tablet computers.
Paul Jevons, Director of Products and Devices at EE, said the firm is pleased to be launching its first next-generation 4G device.
"Not only will customers get amazing super-fast 4GEE speeds today, but they'll also benefit from an even greater experience when we double the speeds on our network, which will be rolling out this summer," he stated.
Rhys Saunders, Sales Director at Huawei Device, added that the company is "delighted" to be developing and rolling out the very latest 4G mobile technology with EE in the UK.
"The Huawei E5776 mobile Wi-Fi means all manner of connected devices can take advantage of the new super-fast network speeds EE is making available in the UK," he said.
EE claims that by the end of June, its super-fast 4G service will cover homes and businesses in 80 towns and cities, accounting for 55 per cent of the UK population.
In addition, double-speed 4G is to be introduced to the following ten cities by summer: Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester and Sheffield.