Update: now it does Galaxy Book S doesn't automatically gets it
I always like to play with the next generation of Windows and have been an active part of the Windows Insider program for years. Out of curiosity, after Intel-powered devices, I wanted to update Galaxy Book S powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8CX. I was surprised to see that Microsoft currently doesn't offer this feature, at least not automatically.
One with Snapdragon 7c Gen 2
Recently announced Samsung Galaxy Book Go has become available over at Amazon.com, selling at $349.99.
Optional 4G LTE and Snapdragon 8cx 5G
Although it was leaked back in April, Samsung has now officially announced the small 14-inch Galaxy Book Go, which starts at $349 for the WiFi-only version with Snapdragon 7c SoC.
Qualcomm starts 5G laptop era
The Always Connected PC (ACPC) initiative and Snapdragon 8cx with 5G modem have enabled what will go down in history as the first 5G enabled laptop. The Lenovo Flex 5G is available at Verizon in the US.
Review: Upgrade SSD for cheap
Microsoft’s Surface Pro X arrived last year and brought to the market the latest ARM-based CPU that works with Windows 10. It promises an all-day battery life, WIFI, and, more importantly, high-speed LTE connectivity with the Nano-SIM or eSIM card onboard.
Review: Great battery life ACPC
Microsoft was the first to ship Qualcomm's 8CX SoC the chip that they internally called Microsoft SQ1 inside the Surface Pro X. The machine did an impressive job with a nice screen, unique detachable design, and decent, but not great battery life. The Samsung Galaxy Book S came in a notebook form factor and significantly better battery endurance.
Snapdragon 8CX Shipping before Valentine day
Samsung is one romantic South Korean company as after months of delays it finally plans to ship Snapdragon 8CX powered Samsung Galaxy Book S and promised to deliver before February 14. All that and the promise of a 25-hour battery for video watching.
8CX with X55 millimeter waves
Lenovo and Qualcomm have announced a 5G enabled laptop at Computex 2019 under the codename Project Limitless, and at CES 2020, the company finally shared a bitfewdetails about it. It is arriving in spring 2020.
Review: Qualcomm (Microsoft) SQ1 ARM SoC inside
The day has finally arrived. A high-end design based on Qualcomm’s promising 8CX processor is finally shipping. Two weeks ago, it started shipping in the US, and just a few days ago the first systems shipped to customers in Europe.