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    Qualcomm's technology powers the smartphone industry. And Windows PCs rule the desktop. "Always Connected PCs" are where the two meet.
    From productivity to entertainment Windows PCs, with 90 percent market dominance, literally defined personal computing for a generation.

    Ten years ago smartphones introduced an always-connected personal computing experience where many light personal computing tasks transitioned to mobile devices. Qualcomm's technologies, which enable the modern smartphone industry, support an evolving experience where smartphone-based computing is becoming increasingly capable of sustaining more complex PC-like tasks.

    Microsoft and Qualcomm have leapfrogged that progression by bringing the full power of Windows to Qualcomm's mobile infrastructure — the Snapdragon 835 processor. This is a huge jump beyond the smartphone's incremental progress toward more PC-like capabilities. It's also a major step toward first making PCs more like smartphones and then moving connected mobile computing beyond that form factor.

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    01-09-2018 11:10 AM

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