The Envy x2, in keeping with Microsoft's always-connected PC vision, purportedly sports long battery life, almost instant wake times from a sleep state, and ubiquitous LTE connectivity.
The architecture of Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors is fundamentally much more efficient than the x86 and x64 processor architectures that have traditionally powered Windows devices.
As for the specs, Asus promised up to 22 hours of video playback and over 30 days of battery life when on standby. (Credit: Qualcomm/YouTube) While not revealing every detail about the Snapdragon 845, Qualcomm said the newest mobile processing platform would focus on six features: cameras that could take 360-degree photos, VR and AR immersion, artificial intelligence, security, Gigabit LTE and, of course, more power.
Samsung starts production of 512GB eUFS chips, could appear in Galaxy S9
Samsung did mention on its press release that the 512GB eUFS will be used for its "upcoming flagship smartphones and tablets". The new eUFS storage is also said to read 42,000 IOPS (input/output per second) and write 40,000 IOPS for random operation.
ASUS NovaGo is a convertible laptop with 13.3-inch 1080p display.
The HP ENVY x2 combines the best of Windows and with the smartphone freedom. ASUS will offer the device for $599 ($799 for 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage) first in the US, UK, Italy, France, Germany, Mainland China and Taiwan, and is working with T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon to offer the NovaGo. The companies announced all-new Windows on ARM PCs, including HP's Envy x2 and ASUS's NovaGo. The tablet PC comes with cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity onboard. This detachable PC will also run Windows 10 S out of the box, offer "lightning-fast 4G LTE" and provide up to 20 hours battery life. It's paired with up to 256GB of flash storage and 8GB of RAM, which should be enough for some heavy web browsing sessions. Whether these devices live up to their expectations or not we are sure of one thing that it will create a homogeneous opportunity to take this revolution forward.