Keeping up with the new developments in Windows , Lenovo is unveiling its first Yoga laptop powered by an ARM-based Snapdragon 850 processor, unveiled by Qualcomm.
INSANE BATTERY LIFE :
The biggest feature of the new Yoga C630 WOS (Windows on Snapdragon) is its long battery life, which is said to last a ground-breaking 25 hours on a single charge.
It comes with a 13.3″ IPS display with “FHD” resolution. The display supports Lenovo’s active pen accessory. Design-wise, it weighs is 2.6 pounds and is half-an-inch thick.
HARDWARE AND CONNECTIVITY:
Under the hood is the Snapdragon 850 processor, which is 25% more power-efficient and 30% more powerful than the previous Windows ARM processors . There’s 4/8 GB of RAM and either 128 or 256 GB of SSD storage.
In accordance with the always on, always connected philosophy, there’s integrated LTE . Its Snapdragon X20 LTE modem supports 1.2 Gbps of peak speeds.
There are still stereo speakers around, not the 360-degree soundbar of the Yoga C930. There are 2 USB-C and two USB 3.0 ports for connectivity, the latter of which also supports external display.
POSSIBLE GRIPE :
The only downside of this convertible is that it comes with Windows 10 S, which is restricted for a lot of people in terms of supported applications (such as the inability to run x64 applications). You do get a Windows Hello webcam, and also a fingerprint scanner though.
The Yoga C630 WOS is priced at $850 .