The HP Elite X3 is just around the corner, new Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications reveal

The HP Elite X3 is just around the corner, new Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications reveal
The launch of the giant HP Elite X3 seems to be just around the corner, judging by recent Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certifications for the device. The Elite X3 was announced back in February, at MWC 2016, with the ambitious promise to fuse the capabilities of a smartphone, a PC and a laptop in one device (with the help of several accessories). After that, HP went silent for a while, until it showed off the phone at Computex 2016 and teased us with a handful of videos earlier this month.

The Elite X3 is coming soon, and when it lands, it's going to be the most powerful Windows 10 smartphone around. With its 6-inch 2K screen, 4GB of RAM and 4,150 mAh battery, powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 820 CPU with two cores clocked at 2,15GHz and two running at 1,6GHz, the Elite X3 might be able to make a splash in the Windows mobile market before (if) the fabled Surface Phone is released.

It was rumored that the HP Elite X3 would be launching in Croatia in June, but the new certifications confirm that it will come in two variants – for the U.S and for the rest of the world. Wi-Fi certification QD ID 83853, published June 14, reveals that the product code for the Elite X3 is HSTNH-F606.

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