The rumor that appeared earlier this year begins to gain strength, since according to the information collecting Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft would be to incorporate emulation programs x86 on ARM platform 64-bit Windows 10 for mobile, something that many have dreamed and that would open the doors to devices with more interesting characteristics, in addition to enhancing Continuum.
This means that Microsoft has not abandoned its mobile platform as many thought, on the contrary, continue to develop new products for the launch of ‘Redstone 3’ in the fall of 2017, the next major update of the mobile operating system, which would incorporate the desired emulation.
Mobile phones, tablets, and laptops
Known as ‘Project Cobalt’, the tracks on this emulation also been found by WalkingCat, a Twitter user who usually devoted to issues related to Microsoft, who found references that the system ‘-x86 on-ARM64 Windows’s hybrid tech’ now it is known as ‘CHPE’ .
As investigated by Foley, the “C” is from Cobalt, “HP” of the company, who is possibly working hand in hand with Microsoft to add the feature in future mobile or even in its Elite x3, and by the latter the ” E “is a direct reference to emulation.
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On the other hand, we must pay attention to this feature as it appears in reports that would only be available for new devices with at least 3.5GB RAM and AMR 64-bit platform, where it was discovered that in the early tests He pointed to a SoC identified as MSM8998, which we now know is the Snapdragon 835.
But that certainly is the most important of this possible feature point, is the fact that we could not only see this emulation mobile phones and tablets, but also in a possible range of affordable laptops that come with Windows 10 mobile and would be compatible with x86 programs, a bet that attack directly to Google with Chromebooks, which incorporated support for Android applications earlier this year.
Surely this could mean a major resurrection for the mobile platform from Microsoft, plus it opens the possibility to see new handsets, including what could the rumored Surface Phone, and a significant boost to Continuum, as we know to date Today only works with universal applications on Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Now we just have to wait.