Microsoft Windows 10 Latest News, Features and Updates: Windows Mobile Hopes to Bring More Functionality on the Go with Snapdragon ARM Processors
A more efficient and faster Windows 10 computing is promised by Microsoft for mobile devices. Next year, devices supported by Windows 10 could already come out of the tech market.
Microsoft's Terry Myerson made the projection saying that beginning next year Snapdragon ARM processors from Qualcomm will enable them to introduce the operating system to mobile devices. This is a release which not only fans await but also the main rivals of Qualcomm in terms of PC chips like Intel.
These efforts are all seen by many as indications that Microsoft is hoping to improve and excel in bringing Windows 10 to mobile users. This will enable people to do more work even when they are on the go.
Microsoft's executive vice president for Windows and Devices Group Terry Myerson said they are only responding to what users now need: a platform which can enable them to work even when they are traveling or doing other things.
"For the first time ever, our customers will be able to experience the Windows they know with all the apps, peripherals, and enterprise capabilities they require, on a truly mobile, power efficient, always-connected cellular PC," he explained. Myerson also noted that the use of Windows 10 on mobile will maximize the time of the users.
What to expect
After their similar Windows RT concept did not work five years ago, Microsoft is hoping that it can improve on its app offerings for Windows 10 mobile devices and give users access to apps that will help them with their work.
Through the Windows Mobile experience, users can cellular connectivity and the ARM processors available for their devices. These two are considered to be part of the future of mobile devices.
Windows Mobile is anticipated by many users since they want to be able to do more work while traveling, being on-the-go and dealing with other important matters. How do you think Windows for mobile devices could help users with the functionality they are waiting for.