Specification of Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 first ARM processor running Windows 10
Back at WinHEC 2016 Microsoft teamed up with Qualcomm to bring Windows 10 on mobile chip set. Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 will be the first ARM processor capable of running full Windows 10.
As we know believe that the Qualcomm will announce this processor at Consumer Electronic Show 2017 in Las Vegas. But here’s something new! before company made an official announced at CES, some of the every important specification about the Snapdragon 835 has been leaked by the popular leaker Evan Blass.
Snapdragon 835 is powering the next generation of mobile experiences
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 2, 2017
Well, it a lot to take in but we did it. And here’s highlight for you. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 houses the Qualcomm Kryo 280 CPU quad-core, Qualcomm Adreno 540 GPU, and Qualcomm Hexagon DSP processor to maintain the different workloads. All of these chip set work together and increase 27% of performance compared to the previous generation.
Well the big deal about this processor is that, it will provide up to 1 day of talk time, more than 5 days of music playback, and 7+ hours of 4K video streaming. And thanks to Qualcomm Quick Charge 4; user will get five hours of battery life just with in five minutes of charging. In addition company is also making significant improvements with the Snapdragon 835 for power consumption. The new processor will consumes 40% less power than company’s any other older generation.
Wait that’s not at all. There are also notable improvements in the graphics rendering and virtual reality too. And also there are many enhancement in the Security, Connectivity, Machine Learning and more. According to the company, the Snapdragon 835 includes “game-changing” enhancements to accurate audio, intuitive interactions, and vibrant visuals. The processor also offers 25% faster 3D graphic rendering and produces 60X display colors than the Snapdragon 820.
Of course this is the first ARM processor capable of running entire Windows 10. And since they teamed up with Microsoft then we can say that we will soon see first hardware with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.