HP announced its Elite x3 Windows phone back in February at Mobile World Congress. Slated to launch in the summer, the device was shrouded in mystery. Gradually, more details have emerged about the company's shot at Windows 10 Mobile.
Late last week, the firm posted a listing for the device, which said that it would cost $799. As Windows Central reports, that price is for a bundle that will include the Desk Dock. The bundle should begin shipping on August 29.
HP has said that it will be selling the standalone phone for $699. On its own, it will begin shipping by the end of this month.
The company has released documentation for the device, which was recently updated. There will be a gold model, but it is only listed in the worldwide version of the documentation, rather than the Americas version. Another thing that we found is that the device will be lacking band 13 4G LTE, which would have confirmed Verizon Wireless support.
HP will also be selling a bundle that will include both the Desk Dock and the Lap Dock; however, pricing and availability has not yet been announced.
Source: Windows Central
Editor's note: This article was amended shortly after publishing to clarify that the pricing has been confirmed by HP.