Qualcomm and Microsoft have teamed up to improve Windows 10
performance on Snapdragon processor and deliver the
Always-connected experience to consumers. This idea is nothing
new, Microsoft previously used ARM chipset in Surface RT and
the project failed but now it seems the partnership between
Microsoft and Qualcomm finally got it right.
Earlier this year, Qualcomm announced Snapdragon 850 processor
and promised 30% performance improvements over the predecessor.
At IFA 2018, Lenovo announced the first Windows 10 device with
Snapdragon 850 processor on board. The Lenovo Yoga C630 2-in-1
convertible was announced today at IFA and it’s powered by
Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system.
The Windows 10 device from Lenovo runs on Snapdragon 850
processor and it offers smartphone-like integrated 4.5G LTE
Lenovo claims that the device can offer up to 25+ hours of
local video playback on a single charge.
“For times when you’re away from Wi-Fi, the Yoga C630 WOS
receives updates and emails just like your smartphone, even in
sleep mode. And you won’t be more than a moment from use,”
Microsoft said while announcing the new Lenovo devices.
“And if you’d rather be more active, get creative with an
optional Lenovo Pen, whenever and wherever the mood strikes.
Using the Yoga C630 WOS as your canvas or notepad, you can mark
up a document, draw on your photos or unleash your imagination
with Windows Ink.”