HP Elite x3 to go live for pre-orders in the US from Sept. 5
What we can make out from a statement given by one of the spokespersons of HP is that we could be expecting their HP Elite x3 smartphone, which is bound to come running the Windows 10 mobile out of the box, to be available for orders online anytime from next month, precisely the 5th of September.
Of course, we could only confirm orders from the HP official website only and for users in the United States market, for now.
As we have already found out, the device would be sold at a premium price of $699 in the country and if you want to go for a better deal bundle that would also give you a desk dock and another premium headset with your device, be prepared to shell out at least $799.
If you arent already aware of this, the device has already been up for preorders in the UK and Australian markets where it costs 749 and AUD 1,199 respectively.
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