EE has confirmed the full list of handsets and smartphones that currently support its just-announced EE TV service.
One of EE TV’s major selling points is that it allows viewers to watch shows on their TV and on three smartphones or tablets at the same time. They can also use their mobile devices as auxillary remote controls for their TVs.
At the launch event for EE TV, Marketing Director Sylvain Thevenot revealed the full complement of compatible devices as it stands takes in the ageing iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Support has also been extended to older-gen Samsung Galaxy smartphones. You’ll be able to use the on-demand service with Galaxy Note 2, as well as the Galaxy S2, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 Mini.
HTC’s One, Sony Xperia SP and LG Nexus 5 are on board. And lower-end devices that’s have made the cut are the Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Ace 3 and the Alcatel One Touch Idol Mini. Naturally, EE’s Kestrel is present and correct too.
The list of compatible tablets is somewhat shorter. But still takes in the Asus Nexus 7, Galaxy Tab 3 in all size iterations and the Galaxy Note 8.0.
iPad owner? You’ll be able to join the party if you’ve got iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad Air or iPad Mini.
EE pledges more devices will become compatible in time.