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HP EliteBook x3 smartphone available for consumers
The HP Elite x3, 10 Windows Mobile smartphone that can also run x86 Windows applications, is now available in the Netherlands and Belgium respectively 863 and 882 euros. It seems that the device is not only sold to companies such as HP has set it.
HP’s smartphone is ready to buy the Dutch and Belgian online store of the company. Visitors to the site can just put in a basket to place the device and run through the purchase process, although HP has said in the past that the device will only sell to businesses. This condition is nowhere to be found in the ordering process.
The HP Elite x3 has access to HP called Workspace service. That is a paid streaming functionality that makes it possible to use x86-based desktop applications on the phone despite the fact that the processor does not have a x86 architecture. Subsequently can be mimicked a full desktop with the Continuum functionality of Windows 10. HP’s product page, HP Workspace mentioned, but whether consumers can actually purchase a subscription to this is not known. Tweakers have contacted HP about Netherlands.
HP also has a Mobile Extender for Elite x3 designed, which calls it the HP Lap Dock. This is a like a laptop looking docking station with battery, keyboard and monitor. However, this is not to be found even in the Dutch and Belgian HP shop. When that follows, and how much it will cost, it is not known.
Elite x3 is a smartphone with a 6 “-oledscherm with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. The phone runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with Kryo four processor cores at 2.2GHz and an Adreno 530 GPU. Tweakers in February from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona a preview created from the phone.Viewing:-60
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