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Report: Qualcomm has exclusive access to Windows on ARM

Right now, if you want a on ARM device, you have to buy a device powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Even though Surface X is powered by a typical Snapdragon processor, it is running on a -customized version of a Snapdragon chip. Basically, on ARM is limited to one SoC vendor, Qualcomm. […]Right now, if you want a Windows on ARM device, you have to buy a device powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Even though Surface X is powered by a typical Snapdragon processor, it is running on a Microsoft-customized version of a Snapdragon chip. Basically, Windows on ARM is limited to one SoC vendor, Qualcomm.

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