HP’s much talked about superphone, Elite X3 running Windows 10 will go on sale starting August in 46 markets across the globe, including US. The device will be selling at a price of $ $699 in the United States for the standard package and $799 when purchased with a dock offering Continuum, allowing using the phone as a fully featured PC on a bigger screen.
The device will come with a 5.96 inch AMOLED screen with 2560*1440 protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. It will be powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM.
It sports a 16MP rear camera with an LED flash, while there is an 8 MP front facing camera also on board. It will also have iris support for Windows Hello and a fingerprint sensor will be available too.
The HP Elite X3 will feature a 4,150 mAh battery with wireless charging and USB Type-C for quick charging and data transfers. It will offer NFC and GPS support as well.
The smartphone will come with 128-bit BitLocker and Enterprise Grade VPN, but also with support for HP services that are specifically offered to companies....