Windows on Snapdragon doesn't solve the underlying issue of Windows ARM

2019-Jan-21 | Tags: benchmarklenovonotebookqualcommversuswin10

Windows on ARMBased on our experience with the $1000 Lenovo Yoga C630 powered by a Snapdragon 850, software reliability is still a huge hit or miss on Windows 10 Pro. Qualcomm's grand plans for Windows on Snapdragon is off to a slow and rough start.

Lenovo recently launched its high-end Yoga C630 Windows convertible powered by the fancy Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 SoC. For about $940 USD, users can get an admittedly attractive chassis with SIM capabilities and tremendously longer battery life than most traditional Intel Core ix-powered Ultrabooks. Once you dive deeper into performance, however, half of the laptop begins to fall apart.

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