The latest reports suggest that HP, which is quite a popular brand for the making of laptops, HP, is now planning to enter the smartphone manufacturing space too.
HP which has tried its hand in the market before is now planning to launch a phone based on the Windows OS. Earlier dubbed as ‘Falcon’, the phone now is rumored to be called the Elite X3.
According to the reports, the Elite X3 will power the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC, and will come with a 5.8-inch Quad HD display. However, the hopes went down when the reports stated that it will come with only 1GB of RAM. But apart from that, everything is just up to date in this one. Sporting a 64 GB of inbuilt storage which can be expanded, the device has got a camera setup of 20 MP shooter on the back and a 12 MP one on the front, and that’s quite awesome!
The most interesting part of the rumour is that the device is rumoured to be launched at MWC 2016, which, if happens to be true, will be great keeping the fact in mind that the glow of Windows Platform is diminishing day-by-day.