The First Snapdragon 850 Windows 10 Laptop Is Here with 25-Hour Battery Life

The rollout of devices that are part of the second-generation Always Connected PCs running Windows 10 on ARM chips has officially started, as Lenovo used the IFA show in Berlin to showcase the company’s first Snapdragon 850 device.

Lenovo Yoga C630 is the first laptop that comes with Qualcomm’s PC-optimized chip, promising a stunning battery life of no less than 25 hours per charge.

The Snapdragon 850, which has been specifically tuned to last longer without an impact on performance, is likely to be used on a series of other Always Connected PCs as well, and expect them to see daylight by the end of the year.

Lenovo’s claimed battery life is impressive, to say the least, but as it happened in the case of the first Windows 10 on ARM devices, it all depends on the scale of the compromise that buyers need to make in regard to performance.

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