HP Elite x3 is currently out of stock at U.S. and Canadian Microsoft Store sites
The Microsoft Store sites in the U.S. and Canada are currently showing the HP Elite x3 with Windows 10 Mobile as out of stock, before the phone's scheduled releases from both outlets.
Pre-orders for the 5.96-inch "superphone" began in late August, with the U.S. site charging $799 and the Canadian store pricing the phone at $999. Both sites sold the HP Elite x3 with the Desk Dock accessory. The first shipments were scheduled to go out for Sept. 12, but the sites later changed the delivery dates to Sept. 26. It's very likely that pre-orders for the phones before they went out of stock will still ship as scheduled. There's no word on when new units will become available for sale again
This news comes after HP.com's U.S. site began taking orders for the Elite x3 on Sept. 5, but quickly ran out of stock just two days later
Thanks to Hussien for the tip!
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Microsoft is still selling the Lumia branded phones at this time. They plan to stop selling phones, with the Lumia brand, in the Microsoft Stores, by the end of the year.
It unboxing was chaotic at best. Like Stevie Wonder boxed up the unit. Scratch that. He would do a better job.