HP Elite X3 gains Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification, edges closer to release

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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The HP Elite X3 is one of the most eagerly awaited phones of the summer, with a stream of articles written about this impressive release.

Recently, the phone gained Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification and as a result is one step closer to release. There will be differences in the phone’s Wi-Fi configurations as the Wi-Fi certification documents confirm two phone models will be available, one for the US and one for other countries.

HP Elite X3 is equipped with a fingerprint sensor and brings a series of impressive specs to the table. It is clear that HP wants to tempt potential buyers  Elite X3 is its first Windows 10 phone.

The phone will be powered by a Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820 processor which sports two 2.15GHz cores and two 1.6GHz cores to help to facilitate heavy-duty tasks. The 4GB of RAM will make the terminal very fast and its internal memory is expandable to 200GB, perfect for storing all the pictures taken with its 16MP rear camera.

The Elite X3 is designed for professional usage and brings a new level of business mobility thanks to HP’s Workspace feature, allowing you to virtually run frequently-used Windows and corporate applications. Another important feature of this smartphone is that it was designed with Continuum in mind. This means that you will be able to use it in similar ways to a laptop computer.

Work in ways you’ve never been able to before. For the first time, the Elite x3 puts the power of a PC in the palm of your hand.

The Elite X3’s $599 price is pretty afordable considering all the features it has. Go ahead and check it out.

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