By the fourth quarter of 2017, Microsoft and Qualcomm would launch Windows 10 laptops powered by Snapdragon 835 processors. It would be Microsoft’s second try at bringing Windows into ARM-based hardware. The first attempt, Windows RT, was a failure.
By partnering with Qualcomm, Windows seeks to change its luck by bringing Windows into ARM-based hardware. The upcoming Windows 10 laptops would be “truly mobile, power-efficient, always-connected” cellular computers as the company seeks to widen Windows 10 support beyond Intel and XMD’s x86 chips, Tech Times reported.