With Apple intending to transition their Mac computers to some habit ARM-based silicon, we must wonder if other firms might be intending to do something comparable. It does look to be a very great chance, and based on a report by SamMobile, it appears that Samsung might be planning something like their own.
The report asserts that Samsung will seemingly be creating Exynos chipsets designed for Windows PCs. That can be interesting when true, though we are unsure how well-received this type of move is. This is only because Samsung has come under fire on its Exynos chipsets, which many consumers have discovered to be less powerful in contrast to Qualcomm.
If that’s the situation, Samsung would need to actually prove themselves if they are expecting to convince clients to buy an Exynos-powered Windows PC. Additionally, there’ll also be no need to convince developers to create programs for your own ARM-based chipset, though given how notable Intel is in the present time, it might be a difficult sell.
That having been said, ARM-based Windows computers are not exactly new. We have seen Qualcomm-powered Windows laptops previously, although admittedly they have not just caught on. Whatever the case, this is really a rumor, do take it with a grain of salt at the moment.
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