The Chinese multinational technology company has launched Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS powered by Snapdragon 850 SoC at the ongoing IFA 2018 trade show. So Lenovo has become the world’s first company to introduce a laptop powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 Mobile Compute Platform. However, it doesn’t run Google Chrome OS, it is a Windows laptop.
Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS Price, availability
The brand new Yoga C630 WOS pricing starts at €999 (~Rs. 80,000) and will be available starting November in Europe and some other countries. While there’s no info on the launch of Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS in India.
Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS specifications
The Yoga C630 WOS features a 13.3-inch full-HD IPS touchscreen. It comes with an optional Lenovo Pen so the buyer as per their interest can buy it to scribble and use Windows Ink features. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 Mobile Compute SoC. The SoC is manufactured on a 10nm process, with eight custom Qualcomm Kryo 385 cores running at up to 2.96GHz. It was launched by Qualcomm at Computex 2018 in June this year. The new processor is a variant of the Snapdragon 845, optimized for a laptop. The Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS comes in two variants 4GB/8GB RAM + 128GB/256GB UFS 2.1 storage.
It also features integrated Adreno 630 graphics. The new C630 WOS runs the Windows 10S operating system and supports standard Windows software. The new Yoga C630 has 25-hours of battery life, ability to wake instantly from standby, and constant Wi-Fi connectivity.
For connectivity options, it includes two USB Type-C ports with USB Power Delivery and DisplayPort video output. Other connectivity option includes Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5, GPS, and stereo speakers. There’s also a SIM card slot and the integrated Snapdragon X20 LTE-A modem which has support for Cat 18. The modem provides download speeds of up to 1.2Gbps and upload speeds of up to 150Mbps.
Since it runs Windows 10S, Microsoft added support for 64-bit apps to Windows on the ARM (WOA) earlier this year. So, developers can now submit 64-bit apps to the Windows Store as Universal Windows Platform (UWP) packages or offer them as standalone downloads.