Many benchmarks for Windows 10 on ARM devices have been leaking online over the past couple weeks, but they're not exactly inspiring. The latest leaks (via WinFuture) show off the benchmarks for ASUS' 13-inch ARM powered-laptop.
The laptop in question is supposedly codenamed "TP370QL" and packs Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor clocked at 2.21 GHz. The device gets around 818 on a Single-Core Geekbench test, and 3174 on the Multi-Core test, which is not very powerful when compared to some modern Android devices with the same chipset. Anyway, the device also packs 4GB of RAM and is running the 32-bit version of Windows 10 Pro.
Even with the uninspired specs, Microsoft is promising that Windows 10 on ARM devices will be coming later this year with "really, really good" battery life. The company first shared the news of Windows on ARM back in December 2016, so it's been nearly a year since news first broke on the subject. With that so, it is likely that these devices might be coming to the public soon, and maybe even a foldable Windows 10 on ARM device from Microsoft in the future as well.