T-Mobile, AT&T sign on to sell Windows 10 on Snapdragon PCs

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T-Mobile and AT & T have added their commitments to sell the new PCs with permanent connection to Windows 10 that use Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile platform when they arrive sometime this year. Verizon and Sprint announced their commitments earlier this year.
Always connected PCs run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or 845 processors and provide a cellular connection, much like a smartphone or tablet works. They also have a longer battery life than computers with Intel processor, although they have some limitations with respect to what they are capable of doing.
In addition to T-Mobile and AT & T, Qualcomm says that Deutsche Telekom of Germany, Transatel of France, CMCC of China, Cubic Telecom of Ireland, Telefonica of Switzerland and Swisscom of Switzerland agreed to sell Always …

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