Back at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit last year, the company’s Senior VP for Compute Products, Sanjay Mehta has hinted that 5G always-on and always-connected PCs could be making their debut in 2019. Fast forward to today at Computex, Qualcomm together with Lenovo has introduced Project Limitless which is said to be the world’s first ever 5G PC.
Exact details regarding the laptop are rather scarce for now although naturally, the Project Limitless revolves around Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx platform. The laptop’s performance is yet not known at the moment as well although Qualcomm has demonstrated to press at Computex today that the 7nm Snapdragon 8cx chip is able to overcome Intel Core i5-8250U processor.
Additionally, its 5G capability is made possible by the Snapdragon X55 modem. Furthermore, Project Limitless is also expected to have multiple days of battery life which is another major attraction of Snapdragon-based PCs.
Despite the exciting revelation, more details regarding Project Limitless will only be revealed in early 2020. Hence, mobile warriors out there are still stuck with their 4G laptops for the time being.