Qualcomm Technologies claimed about the collaboration with Microsoft Corp. to enable Windows 10 on mobile computing devices powered by next-generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors. In other words, Windows 10 PCs will be compatible Snapdragon 835 processor – the same one that power tablets and high-end phones.
It seems like Microsoft will reduce the gap between computers and small mobile devices by making PCs more nimble. With the Qualcomm’s powerful chip, Windows laptops will be always connected to the web and turned on, just like phones. Moreover, there are the battery life prolongation and Gigabit LTE connectivity providing among the advantages.
As noticed in the official press release, new Windows 10 computers might support x86 Win32 and universal Windows apps such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, and Windows 10 gaming titles. The first PCs based on Snapdragon processors can be seen as early as next year, so let’s get ready to meet them!
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