Microsoft and Qualcomm have been working together for quite some time to enable native Windows 10 support on processors. Soon, consumers will be able to experience the results of the partnership themselves as several OEMs are now committed to release Snapdragon 835-based Windows 10 PCs in the near future.
According to the announcements made by both companies at Computex 2017, ASUS, HP, and Lenovo will be the first group of major OEMs to offer customers with such system. That being said, no actual product or release date were mentioned in their announcements.
That doesn’t stop them from elaborating on how the upcoming Snapdragon 835-based Windows 10 products will looked like though. According to Qualcomm, these OEMs are looking to produce thin and fanless PC in addition to Gigabit LTE connectivity and excellent battery life.
Additionally, these upcoming systems will be positioned under a category that Microsoft referred as “Always Connected” devices. Well, we definitely will keep a look for these devices once ASUS, HP, and Lenovo are ready to share them to the world very soon.