Just days after it was revealed that HP's upcoming Elite x3 Windows 10 smartphone will carry a price tag of €699, the pricing for the phone's bundle - which includes the handset, a Continuum dock, and an HP Mobile Extender - has also been leaked.
According to French website TheWinDose, the Elite x3 Bundle will carry a tag of €1,200, which translates into around $1,325.
For those who aren't in the know, the Mobile Extender is basically a 12.5-inch diagonal display notebook form factor that wirelessly connects with the phone to offer a laptop-like experience.
As for the phone's availability, recent reports suggest a September unveiling, although HP is yet to officially announce any details on this front.
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