In a hardware specs document published a few days ago by HP, the section on its cellular wireless support does not show that it will support band 13 LTE. That's the band used by Verizon, as Neowin points out, which may mean the HP Elite x3 may not be able to work on the carrier's network.
Keep in mind that neither Verizon nor HP has confirmed the Elite x3 won't work on Verizon's network, and it's entirely possible that the phone might support it after all. HP has yet to announce a launch date or price tag for the Elite x3, but it is expected to be available later this summer.
Need more? Don't miss our other coverage of the Elite x3 including:
- Elite x3 Main Page
- Elite x3 FAQ
- Elite x3 Discussion Forum
- Elite x3 Photo Gallery
- HP Desk Dock and Mobile Extender details
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