Qualcomm plan to challenge Intel in Windows laptops with Snapdragon 1000

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Snapdragon 1000 will use 7nm fabrication process while Intel is struggling with 10nm

Qualcomm is planning to scale-up its challenge to Intel in the market for Windows laptops with the company reportedly planning a Snapdragon 1000 ARM-based CPU. The Snapdragon 1000 will be based ...

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