Recent leaks have also suggested that Dell is working on a rather unusual-sounding Snapdragon 850 device. According to reports, it will feature two screens, and could be used as both a tablet and a smartphone.

Perhaps concerningly, Katouzian mentioned at the Snapdragon 850 reveal that research indicated that consumers are “willing to pay more” for devices with better battery life and Gigabit LTE connectivity.

We considered the £1000/$1330 835-powered Envy x2 to be fairly vastly overpriced − hopefully the next generation of always-connected Windows 10 PCs doesn’t make the same mistake.