Low-cost Chinese chip maker Rockchip usually puts its silicone products inside tablets and TV boxes that run Google’s Android software, but this dogma is slowly starting to shift and the company is aiming to conquer new territory.
This year, we witnessed the advent of the first Chromebooks bundling the Rockchip RK3288 architecture. But Rockchip doesn’t seem to want to stop here. So what’s the next step? How about Windows 10?
PadNews got hold of a few photos showcasing an unnamed tablet with 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, a Rockchip RK3288 processor inside, and surprise, surprise, the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview software loaded on top.