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Windows 10 Mobile Ready for Snapdragon 830
« on: April 17, 2016, 10:33:15 PM »
So why does it matter that Windows 10 Mobile is ready for a Snapdragon 930 CPU? Windows phones are traditionally older hardware that have slower overall performance from their Android counterparts. The new Snapdragon 830 is a beast of a chip that supports up to 8GB of RAM and be based on a power-sipping 10nm process. Finally, Windows 10 Mobile devices will have be able to run Continuum smoothly and be able to replace something. Now that NexDock is looking a little more appealing.

   At Mobile World Congress this year, HP announced the long awaited Elite x3, a Windows 10 Mobile device powered by a Snapdragon 820 that wouldn't be coming until this summer. This led many to speculate about why it wouldn't be released until summer, suggesting that it would be released alongside the Anniversary Update - or Redstone 1, as it was known at the time.Source: Neowin

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