It is well known that Windows 10 Mobile will support ARM tablets, but we have not yet seen it in action.
The above picture, posted by Chinese site ITHome, of a 10 inch device with a 1024 x 768 screen with 1.5 GB RAM, is thought to originate from Computex, and gives us a glimpse at the user interface, which appears to be a mixture of regular Windows 10 Mobile and in the right sided image, what appears to be more akin to the Continuum feature Microsoft showed off at BUILD.
In some ways the second is more appropriate, in that we would expect applications to be optimised for larger screens rather than small phone screens.
WindowsBlogItalia notes that the device is clearly running on ARM, the Rockchip RK3288, which is an ARM Cortex-A17 processor, and may represent a way forward for the Surface RT tablets which are at present stranded on Windows RT 8.1, without a clear upgrade path.
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