Earlier this week,
Qualcomm announced its Snapdragon 850 Mobile Compute
Platform for Always Connected PCs-powered by Windows 10. The
focus of the processor is on Always Connected PCs, and it
boasts a 30 percent increase in performance and a 20 percent
increase in battery life.
The chip manufacturer Qualcomm is now looking forward to
work on its next processor for Windows 10 on ARM chipset.
Qualcomm appears to be working on Snapdragon 1000 and it’ll
feature a 12-watt (W) TDP, and such a level of TDP threshold
simply wouldn’t run on a smartphone. The Snapdragon 1000
appears to be designed for Windows 10 ARM devices, so it’s
likely that the processor will boost the performance of
Always Connected PCs.
The powerful TDP will improve the performance of the laptops
dramatically, and the higher threshold power will be driven to
components without overheating.
We have very little information on the processor for the
time being, but we’ll learn more about it later this
year. German technology news
outlet WinFuture reports that Qualcomm Snapdragon 1000
is coming soon with almost double TDP found on the Snapdragon
It will be competing with Intel’s processors and bringing
it closer to Intel’s U-series 15W TDP.
It remains to be seen whether the ARM PCs with Snapdragon 1000
that comes with 12W of TDP can deliver the day-long battery
life or not.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 is the latest chipset for Windows 10
Qualcomm recently announced Snapdragon 850 chipset at
Computex 2018, and it’s dedicated for ARM-powered laptops that
use the Windows 10 OS.
Qualcomm also announced that they’re working with Samsung
to build a new portfolio of Always On, Always Connected PCs to
offer consumers mobility and productivity at the same.
The Always Connected PCs initiative has established over
the past year, and the demand for the devices has already begun
to increase. Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 will compete with Intel
head-to-head, and it will give the devices a big push.
Microsoft might be pleased with the way Windows 10 on ARM is
doing right now, and while the
first generation devices were criticized, the hardware of
the second generation Always Connected PCs is quite appealing.
Do you think the upcoming Snapdragon 1000 would make Windows 10
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