Lenovo announces Yoga C630 WOS (Windows on Snapdragon), a second ARM-powered Windows 10 laptop. It is powered by (you guessed it) Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 processor, a chipset specifically designed for always-connected Windows 10 PCs.
Lenovo Yoga C630: Making The Cut With Qualcomm
This traditional laptop with flip-able display (to becomes a tablet) comes with a polished aluminum design packing a 13.3-inch FHD IPS touchscreen that also supports an optional stylus, powered by (again) Snapdragon 850 processor, coupled with 4GB / 8GB of RAM, and paired with 128GB / 256GB of storage with 25 hours of battery life (company claims).
The company claims the performance of this laptop (Yoga C630) to be 30 percent i.e better than that of its previous Miix 630 Windows ARM device. The claims are high, but we need to test as Windows desktop apps run emulated on these ARM-powered devices, which brings up some limitations.
Thanks to the Snapdragon 850, The C630 supports a built-in LTE for mobile connectivity on the go. Coming to the ports, this laptop comes with two USB-C and a headphone jack (sounds like 2018). Well, the Lenovo Yoga C630 is priced starting from US$849.99 (~Rs 60,132) and will be available in November.