Windows 10 Laptop To Support Snapdragon 835 Processor

To that aim, the Qualcomm released at Microsoft's Windows Hardware Engineering Community event that its Windows 10 devices will be supporting the Snapdragon 835 processor, which you can be able to see in many top-notch smartphones next year. The chip is able to offer Gigabit LTE connectivity, that would double your battery life and equip all into even smaller devices.

Microsoft Wants It's PC's To Be More Skillful And Swift

Qualcomm mentioned that the first devices that run Windows 10 on its processors could be available in the second half of 2017. Qualcomm, which processors power almost all of best class Android phones, discussed its next-generation mobile processor which the Snapdragon 835 and is anticipated to begin shipping in devices in the first half of 2017.
Qualcomm has collaborated with Windows set to provide a way to run Windows 10 x86 or 32-bit on ARM-architecture processors like as those can be found in smartphones of the few couple of years. With next-generation ARM CPUs, Windows can be able to run on Qualcomm CPUs with full support.This isn't the first time Windows will be able to run on ARM devices, though the first attempt was less than a progress. ARM-based Windows programs were not compatible with the standard 32-bit programs. This would mean that developers had to rewrite their applications for compatibility with the ARM-based OS also known as Windows RT at the moment.

Microsoft Brings Advance Innovation 

That leaves things really open for phone makers to decide what they want to do with this latest support. Moreover,Microsoft has allowed it well over the multiple variations of Windows 10. Qualcomm wanted to take on Intel at the datacenter level, however, the performance difference would need to be closed before that's ever possible. It will not be too long before the phone will drive the semiconductor corporation toward new development, and Microsoft is allowing the industry know it's well prepared to support any change the future brings.

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