Windows 10 laptop running on Snapdragon 835 is still new to the world. Asus and HP already develop the first two ARM laptops. Lenovo bought Motorola Mobility on October 30, 2014, making them only of the biggest tech companies. This tech giant has worked on foldable phone/tablet, now a new Lenovo devices appeared on benchmark listing with laptop-like properties.

Lenovo Windows 10 laptop

Lenovo devices showed up on benchmark listing with codename LENOVO CB-01. These devices have one processor with 8- cores clocked at 2.21 GHz suggesting that they are running on mobile processor i.e Snapdragon 835. Lenovo CB-01 have been classified into two mobile based on the RAM. The model with 4GB of RAM scored around 1142 points in Single-Core and around 4148 points in Multi-Core while the device with 8GB of RAM scored around 1047 points in Single-Core and 3445 in Multi-Core. These devices all run on Windows 10 Pro 32-bit OS.

Lenovo CB-01 will have a great battery life because devices running on ARM-based processors are supposed to be good in terms of battery life. The ARM-based processor Snapdragon 835 will offer the laptop LTE connectivity. The device will be able to run most of the x86 applications.

Lenovo Windows 10 laptop

According to Terry Myerson, EVP of Windows and Devices Group, “Along with our hardware partners HP and ASUS, we showed the world the first full-featured Always Connected PCs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset running Windows 10 and a new, optimized version of Office 365. ASUS and HP have worked for hand in hand with us to deliver on pushing the boundaries of what a PC can do, and we continue to work closely with Lenovo as they build their own Always Connected PC,” during the launch of ‘Always connected PCs’.

The benchmark report of Lenovo Windows 10 laptop CB-01 did not give us the full details of the device, only the break down of the processors and the performance. The score is very high compared to other device having similar scores.

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