Microsoft has just announced its partners in building Windows 10 ARM-powered PCs at Computex 2017.
The list of partners starts with ASUS, HP, and Lenovo. The three major PC manufacturers will be the first to develop “mobile PCs” powered by the latest mobile processor from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 835. The list is pretty short compared to the partners of Windows RT nearly five years ago.
No details yet when exactly these devices are coming but Qualcomm has revealed sometime in Q4 2017. We can expect longer battery life, LTE connectivity, and support for all Windows applications for these upcoming notebooks.
Source: The Verge