In this digital age, it is very common to see premium flagship is currently powered by Qualcomm state of the art Snapdragon 835 System on Chip to date. However, it is rarely seen that such mobile phone’s processor powering a notebook or a tablet running Windows 10. HP had recently launched a new 2-in-1 notebook which is powered by the new Qualcomm processor and allows you connect to 4G LTE network whenever you go.
The HP Envy x2 and ASUS Nova Go will be one of the first notebook in the world being powered by the new generation Snapdragon 835 chipset from Qualcomm. With the use of mobile processor, HP can easily slice down the size of the notebook thus offer a lightweight and better portability.
The Envy X2 works similarly like the Microsoft Surface tablet and it can be easily detached from its keyboard and bring it wherever you go. With a fused Snapdragon 835 onboard, the RAM and storage can be easily upgraded up to 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM while ensuring a thin, light workstation.
Display wise, it offers a Full HD WUXGA+ display and works flawlessly with the complementary HP Digital Pen. The screen will be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and there is no fuss in getting your device damaged from sharp objects.
The 13MP rear and 5MP front facing camera makes it great when you need to capture your photo with an instant and performing video calls when you are outbound. HP claims that the Envy X2 offers 20 hours of battery life and 700 hours of standby time. Even when the battery runs out, the Qualcomm quickcharge technology makes it 90% recharged n just 90 minutes.
The pricing of the Enxy X2 has yet to be unveiled and delivery is expected to start as early on next year.