The US-based PC giant also confirmed (via Windows Central) the smartphone will be launched in 47 countries including India. The smartphone will be available in single as well as dual SIM variants depending on region.
HP Elite x3 will also be available as part of a bundle that would include a premium headset and HP Elite x3 Desk Dock, and will cost $799. This bundle, however, will be available only from August 29, Windows Central reports.
Another bundle that would include HP Elite x3, HP Elite x3 Desk Dock, and HP Elite x3 Lap Dock will be available at a later date - but no pricing was revealed. It's the Lap Dock that made the Elite x3 such an exciting device.
In our first impressions of the phone, we said that we were able to open multiple Windows applications including the likes of Chrome, Google Earth and Excel, and were also able to switch between them just like we would on a Windows PC.We also pointed out that HP Elite x3 is an interesting device and could be uniquely positioned to kickstart a whole new segment in the enterprise IT space based on its technical qualities.