Qualcomm has today released a new video that gives us a quick overview of Windows 10 on ARM, showcasing programs like Microsoft Office running on a device powered by the Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm says the Snapdragon 835 will power a new generation of Windows 10 PCs starting this holiday.
The quick video overview shows us Word, PowerPoint and Excel working much like you'd expect on a PC, except this PC is powered by an ARM chip. The video also shows us a full HD movie playing super smooth in the Movies & TV app, highlighting gigabit LTE for super fast downloading.
Qualcomm is calling these new Windows 10 devices powered by the Snapdragon 835 the "next generation of PCs", with ultrafast networking, fast wake and sleep, and super long battery life. We can't wait to see what kind of devices OEMs announce over the next few weeks and months leading into the fall.
Windows 10 on ARM will be launching with the Fall Creators Update in the fall of this year, where the first Snapdragon 835 powered Windows 10 devices are expected to go on sale. Are you looking forward to Windows 10 on ARM devices?
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