HP announced Elite x3 Smartphone Powered by #Windows10Mobile

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HP announced Elite x3 its Smartphone running Windows 10 Mobile today at Mobile World Congress (MWC) . HP Elite x3 is super ultra-powerful Windows Phone Running Windows 10 Mobile.

With Elite x3 HP also revealed the HP Desk Dock and HP Mobile Extender accessories that when combined the Elite x3 with Windows Continuum which help Us to  work from anywhere.

Here's all specifications of HP Elite x3  :

•5.96-inch display (2560 x 1440 pixels, AMOLED, anti-reflective coating, Gorilla Glass 4)
•Two front-facing speakers
•8MP rear camera , 5MP front camera
•Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (Quad core, clocked at 2.15 GHz)
•Microphone arrays with Active noise cancellation
•64GB of internal storage (with microSD support up to 2TB)
•4GB of RAM
•4150mAh battery, QI and PMA wireless charging
•7.8mm thick and weighs in at only 195g.
•Iris scanner on the front and a fingerprint reader on the back
•Bluetooth 4.1
•GSM, WCDMA, LTE support
•Dual Sim slots
•Glance screens support
•HP Graphite
•Durable: passed IP-67 and MIL Standard 810G, including a four-foot drop

Meet the Desk Dock and Mobile Extender along with Elite x3 :

The Elite x3 is not an island. It needs the Desk Dock and the Mobile Extender to fulfill its Continuum capabilities.

The Desk Dock for the Elite x3 has one DisplayPort, two USB-A ports, and an USB-C. The Desk Dock is also functions as the base for using Continuum. similar like dock from Microsoft for its own Windows phones.



It measures 4.25x3.74.1.2 inches and weighs a shade under a pound. Its connectors include DisplayPort, two USB-A, one USB-C, and RJ-45.

Now lets talk about Mobile Extender :



Basically looks like laptop-shaped dumb terminal. However, it solves the problem of what to do if you don’t have a display, keyboard, and mouse waiting for you and your Windows phone on the road.

Phone may be Available later this Summer So stay with us for more News about Windows Phone.

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