Microsoft and Qualcomm announced in late 2016 Windows 10 on ARM, a new project that brings the full version of the desktop operating system on ARM chips like the Snapdragon.
Qualcomm has recently confirmed that the first ARM PCs running the full version of Windows 10 are projected to hit the market as soon as this year, and according to a new report, there’s a good chance that Microsoft itself could launch one such device.
Digitimes, which had its own share of hits and misses on Microsoft rumors in the past, cites upstream suppliers in a report suggesting that a new ARM-based notebook is currently being developed, pointing out that it’s either Microsoft or Lenovo the company behind it.
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