MWC 2016, HP Elite X3 Showcased, Check Features & Specs

HP Elite x3, One Device For Every Device has showcased in MWC 2016 which is running in Barcelona, Spain. It’s the newest flagship by HP. HP entered smartphone market before few years and has made a solid platform with millions of users. This time HP has unveiled their all new Windows powered HP Elite X3. This feature rich high end smartphone got millions applause for its incredible design and massive built in features.

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HP ELITE X3

HP Elite X3- Hardware Specs

HP Elite X3 under the Hood Specs

Let’s dig more to find what kind of excitement it has brought with it.

Processor, RAM and Storage: Look at the specs of hardware it has been fitted with- Simply marvelous. Elite X3 ticks all the boxes of these features and specs of under the hood- Quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 going with massive 2.15 GHz. 4GB RAM for extreme multitasking support, 64GB storage for enjoying everything limitlessly.

Display: 5.96 inch 2560 × 1440 AMOLED screen with Gorilla Glass 4 for protections from nicks and tumbles. Oh My God! Take a pause and thin about the screen resolution! Awesome!!

HP Elite X3 Features

Camera: 16MP rear as well as 8MP front cams, both the cam have iris recognition technology for scanning eyes for security measures; you can use it for unlocking the phone as well.

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Battery: It is featured with a rear mounted fingerprint scanner, microSD, USB 3 Type-C which is the latest, twin SIM slots, a 4150mAh battery with wireless charging facility.

Other Features- It got IP 67 water resistance (1 meter of water for Thirty Minutes). 2×2 802.11 a/b/g/ n/ac, LTE-Advanced attached.

HP Elite X3 Specs

It has improved security options- not just the biometrics, but FIPS 140-2 cryptography, 256-bit essential complete disk security, TPM 2.0, defense against firmware rollbacks, and more.

We can connect it with any Windows laptop of desktop using 2 USB Type-A, one Type-C, and RJ-45 Ethernet ports. The design is arguably a little neater than Microsoft’s.


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