As far as we know Microsoft is still set to deliver a range of ARM-based laptops from a variety of OEMs this holiday season.
The list includes devices from ASUS, HP, and Lenovo, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, and promise to bring finally multi-day battery life and true instant-on to consumers while maintaining compatibility with the current library of Windows applications.
Now details of the first of one such device has leaked, courtesy of HP’s Care pack website.
The site list two versions of an HP laptop, one with a 12-inch display, 4GB RAM and 128GB UFS storage and another with and 8GB RAM and 256GB UFS storage, both powered by the SnapDragon 835 processor.
Presumably HP will need to launch these devices in the next few weeks if they want to benefit from the holiday buying season, so I expect official announcements sooner rather than later.