The HP Elite X3 is a much-anticipated Windows 10 Mobile flagship device that would be one of the first non-Microsoft smartphones to push the envelope in terms of functionality. It's unclear at this point whether HP will focus the device on business or consumer users, but so far the Elite X3 is looking like a device that should be excellent at helping users be more productive. Now, we see via MicrosoftInsider.es that HP is may be shipping some of its own branded apps with the Elite X3.
The first of the two apps is HP Voice Recorder, an app that should work well with the microphones built into the flagship mobile phone. With the sleek design, it appears to be a straightforward app that will be easy to use.
The 'Device Hub' is the other app discovered on the Windows Store under HP Inc.'s name. The description states that it will be providing the latest information about offers, applications, and accessories for the device. On the images, it shows the model being directly identified as the Elite x3, all but confirming the suspicions about the app's intention.
MicrosoftInsider.es is certain that HP has more applications and services in development. According to them, one of the unannounced apps is being passed around to testers and employees under the codename "HP Alfred." Although no more details are available about the mysterious apps, sources indicate that HP is looking forward to the holiday season of 2016.