Qualcomm’s best release this year was the Snapdragon 835 for the smartphones including Samsung’s flagships. Though many powerful things are lined up by Qualcomm, this one breaks the barriers of being just in the smartphones. Among other benefits, the best one was the die size reduction which Qualcomm has managed pretty well in the all-new SD 835. Due to the 10nm processors, we have also witnessed significant power increases and improved power efficiencies. As per the latest incomings, Microsoft has confirmed that the SD 835 will back the “Always Connected Windows 10 Devices.”
The Technology Continues To Improve
Well, looking back at all the developments in the field of tech, we’ve learned a pattern that better technologies continue to keep shifting towards smaller sizes. Introduction of the 10nm SD835 in the Microsoft’s devices shows that the mainstream computers are moving rapidly towards the smaller form factors. So to replace the big sized CPUs inside the systems, the comparatively smaller sized chips are making their way. This could mean a revolution in the tech industry as more and more power will be shifted on smaller sized chipsets.
To confirm the news stated above, a spokesperson from Microsoft says:
We are on track to see Windows 10 on Snapdragon devices become available this year as previously shared. Microsoft and Qualcomm continue to work closely with our OEM partners ASUS, HP and Lenovo in bringing Always Connected devices featuring always-on LTE connectivity and great battery life to market.
To see this remarkable revolution, you’ll have to wait till the next year as the first ever ‘Always Connected’ PC will be out by then.