After five months, HP's Elite x3 receives a new firmware update

It appears that a new update has arrived for HP's Windows 10 Mobile handset, the Elite x3. The firmware version, 0002.0000.0037.0001, is now available and is quite a jump from the previous version that was released in February.

At the moment there are no notes for the update, but we'll try to post an update if they are made available. Previously, HP did not add anything new to its update in February, but did make some heavy enhancements to the device by improving the performance and addressing camera issues. The firm also included support for its barcode scanner accessory.

It has been quite some time since Microsoft offered new handsets of its own, so HP's Elite x3 is a great option for someone looking for an alternative solution. Beyond just offering Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, and an excellent 5.96-inch 1440p AMOLED display, the firm's take on Windows 10 Mobile can also be used with Continuum.

If curious about the device, be sure to check out our review of the unit, where our own Rich Woods deep dives into its design, construction, camera quality, and more. Currently, the Elite x3 bundle with desktop dock can be purchased for $599 in the United States.

Source: Windows Central

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