In May, Microsoft had confirmed that it would be launching Snapdragon 835 driven Windows 10 laptops through brands like HP, Asus and Lenovo. It seems that the unveiling of Snapdragon 835 powered HP laptop is close at hand as it has appeared on the official site of the company.
A mysterious Snapdragon 835 powered HP device labelled as “2US29AV” has surfaced on the HP Care Pack Services page. The listings are no longer accessible, the below screenshot shows that the device would be coming in two variants. Previous reports have suggested that it may come in options like 4 GB RAM + 128 GB UFS storage and 8 GB RAM + 256 GB UFS storage.
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopft had previously said that ARM-powered Windows 10 PCs will not be unveiled until the last quarter of this year. Since the 2US29AV device has appeared on the official site, it seems that the arrival of HP’s Snapdragon 835 powered laptop is drawing near.
One of the Snapdragon 835 powered notebook by HP was spotted on Geekbench in the previous week. The device is expected to run full version of 32-bit Windows 10 along with Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications.
The upcoming Windows 10 laptops that are fueled by Snapdragon 835 will be able to deliver better battery life and LTE connectivity. Previous reports have revealed that the Redmond-based company is collaborating with various carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Vodafone, EE, Three and BT to bring support for e-SIM on ARM-based Windows 10 laptops. It seems that the cellular PC revolution will begin soon.