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HP Elite x3 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelElite x3
DateOct 2017
Processor frequency2.15 GHz
Processor familyQualcomm Snapdragon
Processor model820
Processor cores4
Display diagonal15.1 cm (5.96")
Display resolution2560 x 1440 pixels
Screen shapeFlat
Display typeAMOLED
Native aspect ratio16:9
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Display brightness350 cd/m²
Pixel density494 ppi
Second displayNo
Ports & interfaces
USB portYes
USB connector typeUSB Type-C
USB version3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1)
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Weight194 g
Width83.5 mm
Depth7.8 mm
Height161.8 mm
SIM card capabilityDual SIM
SIM card typeNanoSIM
4G standardLTE
2G standardsEdge, GPRS, GSM
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.0
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
RAM capacity4 GB
Internal storage capacity64 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size2048 GB
Position locationYes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)Yes
Electronic compassYes
Operating system installedWindows 10 Mobile
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)16 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)8 MP
Rear camera flashYes
Flash typeLED
Maximum frame rate30 fps
Auto focusYes
Battery capacity4150 mAh
Talk time (3G)33 h
Standby time (3G)500 h
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Continuous video playback time13 h
Form factorSlate
Product colourChrome, Graphite
Subscription typeNo subscription

Reviews of HP Elite x3

Reviewed on 2017-03-12
Design, Display, General Performance, Continuum Support, Fast Iris Recognition, Camera Performance, Battery Life, Quick to Charge, Sound Quality When Using Headphones
Price (Around PhP38,000), Build Quality, Sound Quality from Speaker, Performance When in Continuum, Small library of apps instore, You have to purchase the Lap Dock seperately, Does not come with a Displayport cable, Poorly optimized software
Business phones are devices which are aimed at people who are on the go, jumping from one meeting to another, meeting colleagues and customers, and are in need of a companion which can both be with them wherever they go, and can serve as an effective tool...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-10
fast SoC, outstanding voice quality with ANC, robust design, large AMOLED display, extendable storage, USB 3.1 with DisplayPort/HDMI, iris and fingerprint sensor, strong business ambitions, large battery
increased power consumption under load, PWM flickering
Business racer. Currently as the single manufacturer, HP offers a premium device with Windows 10 Mobile, which is mainly targeted towards business customers. Besides a large display, the customer also receives a strong battery and robust case and can even...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-28
Sleek, executive design, Very smooth performance, Accessories for almost any use case, Excellent battery life, Enterprise focused features, Significant value for price
Windows Phone platform is limiting, Lap Dock accessory is buggy when wireless, Continuum lacks creature comforts, Requires expensive infrastructure for full potential
Don't be fooled by the form factor and your initial impressions -- what we have before us is not a typical smartphone. Well, technically we suppose it is, but the experience is not intended to replace your commonplace iPhone, Galaxy S, or other handset...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-10
While Windows 10 Mobile's appeal is limited, it definitely caters to the needs of business owners. For those entrepreneurs who choose to conduct their business through mobile retail, the HP Elite x3's new accessory might be a big draw for some people to c...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-09
The review process for smartphones used to be simple - the device would arrive, I/we'd test it for a week or two, and then deliver an illustrated verdict. However, things are more complicated with the HP Elite x3. There's the long, drawn out initial avail...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-25
HP's Elite x3 was among the most anticipated Windows phones of 2016. With a large 5.96-inch QHD AMOLED display and a Snapdragon 820 chipset, fans of Microsoft's mobile platform finally felt like they had something to look forward to after the handset was...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-04
Of note is the relatively small aperture (by 2016 flagship standards) and the lack of OIS, but this isn't a big deal for most shots, as you'll see below, you have to take light levels down pretty below before the Elite X3 camera starts to underperform.In...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-02
In the previous two review parts, I looked at the positioning of the HP Elite X3 and who it's aimed at, plus I explored its phone hardware , and then I delved into performance and the Continuum-capable Desk Dock , but it's time now to break new ground, in...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-31
In real life use, the Elite X3 feels faster than the older Lumias - I know this contradicts the timings above, but many of these are for starting applications for the first time after booting. In the real world, once applications are loaded and 'running...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-28
On the back is the (currently only) 10MP camera, of which more in a future review part, though I'm rating it more highly with each firmware update - it's better than you'd expect for a device unashamedly aimed at the business sector, even if it's some way...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-27
Supports both wired and wireless connectivity to displays and other peripherals.
Its Windows 10 Mobile operating system can't perform like the full Windows 10, The Office apps for Windows 10 Mobile are not very capable, and there are few business apps at all for Windows 10 Mobile, The mix of peripherals for the Elite X3 is confusing...
Imagine being able to carry around your PC in your pocket, using it as a smartphone by itself and as a full-fledged PC when connected to a display, keyboard, and mouse. For people who work on the road or in multiple locations, that sounds like nirvana. Di...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-25
Transforms from phone into mini P, Dual SIM optio, IT-department friendl, Impressive battery life
Windows Phone lacks app, Difficult to type with one han, Occasional lags when switching apps
HP touts the new Elite x3 as more than just a smartphone. Instead, it says the $699 device can serve as a 3-in-1 system for work. When bundled with a desk dock for $799 or with both a desk dock and a lap dock for $1,299, the Elite x3 can expand into a ful...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-18
Everything about HP's Elite X3 seems like a gamble. It's the company's first phone in two years, and it's the first major Windows Phone device since Microsoft's Lumia 950 debuted last year. HP is betting big that premium hardware and the ability to use th...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-17
Workspace virtualized apps are something special, Desk Dock provides an excellent Continuum experience, Two (not one!) ways to log in via Windows Hello
Extremely high price out of reach for most consumers, Workspace interface could use some ease-of-use refinement, Mediocre camera
HP's Elite x3 smartphone has achieved at least one thing: It has triumphantly realized Microsoft's dream of phones that could eventually replace your PC.Microsoft's vision was meaningless unless those phones could support the PC's legacy apps. Microsoft's...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-17
After several days of trying out the new HP Elite x3 at the CRN Test Center, we're not ready yet to predict whether this is the future of computing.But the device is definitely futuristic.It feels legitimate to say, as HP does, that the Elite x3 is a new...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-17
Big, clear screen, Easily IT managed, Integrates well with Microsoft Cloud and Salesforce, Turns into a desktop or laptop with Continuum
Not as well supported by third parties as Android or iOS devices, Expensive, Continuum only works with a limited subset of apps
It's important to note what the HP Elite x3 is and isn't. It's the flagship Windows 10 Mobile device for the year. But it isn't a consumer phone, or even a BYOD phone. HP is working around the weaknesses and underscoring the strengths of Windows 10 Mobile...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-21
Performance is impressive, Continuum works smoothly, Fingerprint Scanner and Iris scanner, A huge 4150mAh battery, Impressive headphones and presentation
Design is bland, Display performs poorly under sunlight, Camera produces poor pictures and struggles with autofocusing, The Bang & Olufsen speaker isn't very loud
When it comes to design, we haven't really seen any impressive designs on the Windows Phone market. NuAns recently brought the Neo with a unique design, but overall, Windows Phones are mostly boring in terms of design. Sure, Microsoft used to offer its Lu...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-22
If CES is the party deck of the mobile technology world, Mobile World Congress is the engine room. It's where the world's carriers meet infrastructure vendors and telecom ministers, and Very Serious Business takes place. Handset makers from the top tier t...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-26
There is only one way you should consider HP's interesting Elite x3 – as one of the world's smallest pocket computers that, as a benefit, can also make phone calls and do other smart things.This is not a consumer device so consumers need to stop reading n...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-27
Imagine being able to carry around your PC in your pocket, using it as a smartphone by itself and as a full-fledged PC when connected to a display, keyboard, and mouse. For people who work on the road or in multiple locations, that sounds like nirvana. Di...
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