Microsoft recently announced that starting next year, full Windows 10 would run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor, as it’s working on bringing the operating system on ARM chips and offer the full experience on a wider array of devices.
And now it appears that Windows 10 ARM is already generating interest from PC makers, as a report from Digitimes and citing “sources from the upstream supply chain” reveal that vendors have already started developing and testing notebooks and tablets powered by Qualcomm processors.
These products are supposed to launch in the second half of 2017, the report claims, with manufacturers particularly pleased with battery life and costs generated by the full version of Windows 10 on ARM chips.
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