On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 5:02 PM Olof Johansson <o...@lixom.net> wrote: > > - Qualcomm: > + SDM845, a.k.a Snapdragon 845, an 4+4-core Kryo 385/845 > (Cortex-A75/A55 derivative) SoC that's one of the current high-end > mobile SoCs. > > It's great to see mainline support for it. So far, you > can't do much with it, since a lot of peripherals are not yet in the > DTs but driver support for USB, GPU and other pieces are starting to > trickle in. This might end up being a well-supported SoC upstream if > the momentum keeps up.
Isn't the Qualcomm 845 also the SoC in some of the new WARM laptops? I asked one person that had an older one (ASUS NovaGo - Qualcomm 835), and apparently you can actually disable secure boot on that thing and boot from USB. In other words, it might _actually_ act like a normal laptop. I'd love to have something that is actually a real honest-to-goodness ARM laptop finally. Are we getting at all close to that? Linus