- Feb 24, 2014
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You do know that Windows 10 Mobile runs on any device under 8 inches, right? That includes tablets.
To give you an idea , the X3 should be able to run Skyrim at low settings and low resolution. I have a stream 7 with a quad core atom at 1.8ghz vs the 1.4 of the x3 but only 1GB of ram , a surface phone would have at least 3. The tablet is able to run skyrim and a host of other games at 640x480 and 800x600. I'm sure its the ram and not the speed of the cpu.
If we could run x86 applications on a surface phone to me it be worth a lot of money esp if I could then use continuum to run work programs on any screen and then relax in gaming mode during... um lunch...
Yes it does, you'll be able to run apps in the store that are meant for x86 and x64 CPUs only.As long as the OS is W10M and not full Windows, having an Intel chip in a phone, Surface or otherwise wont really mean anything.
Yes it does, you'll be able to run apps in the store that are meant for x86 and x64 CPUs only.