Intel Bay Trail Quad Core Processors To Feature On Android Tablets
Intel, struggling to get a grip of the fast growing world of mobile devices have been noticed to lag behind other mobile tech companies even after the release of their smart devices.
Intel produced the new Haswell 4th gen processors which boasts more power to ultrabooks and laptops.
Now, the company has seen a new avenue to get their feet into the mobile market and this time, they are targeting the ever evolving android tablets.
Similar to the Haswell 4th gen processors, Intel intends launching the Bay Trail quad core processor but this new processor will be just for android tablets and it hopes it can boost the power and battery life to tablets as it did to PCs.
Bay Trail was announced this morning by Intel. According to the press announcement, we were made to understand the Bay Trail quad core processor is built on their next-generation 22nm Silvermont architecture, promising double the CPU and 3x the GPU performance from previous generations.
While this will power Windows RT and 8 slates and hybrids, their new Atom Z3000 will be hitting Windows and Android tablets. All with less power and heat, to save battery life.
The Atom Z3000 range will be for tablets. With dual-core options on a budget, all the way up to a quad-core Z3770 offering speeds of 2.4 GHz, Intel hopes the Z3000 will hit Android devices from 7 to 11-inches.
We’re expecting the Intel Bay Trail for android devices to start arriving later this year.