Intel 64-bit Bay Trail Chip For Android Devices Coming Next Year


Along with the advancement of the mobile phone technology, the improvements in the internal components used in the manufacturing of the devices are also being equally witnessed by the tech world. The chipset manufacturers are continuously hitting the headlines these days.

Intel 64-bit Bay Trail Chip For Android Devices Coming Next Year


Now, in reaction to the Apple's first 64-bit A7 chip, the leading chip manufacturer Intel has now been reportedly said to come up with their 64-bit Bay Trail chip for Android devices (Smartphones and Tablets).

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Intel's General Manager of mobile and communications group Hermann Eul said, "It's not only about Windows 64-bit, we've been talking about Android as well."

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Reportedly, he also showed off a 64-bit kernel running on Bay Trail with Android at the company's investor day. "We have 64-bit Windows shipping next quarter and, needless to say, we'll run fast to make this happen on Android as well," he further added.

In fact, Intel's Bay Trail could be considered one of the most powerful chips out in the market. It is powering tablets and 2-in-1 devices made by Dell and Lenovo, among others.

However, it's not only Intel working on the 64-bit chip, but even Samsung is readying theirs as well. It is believe that it will be featuring in the next year's Galaxy S5.

Thus there is some serious 64 bit chips to be seen next year. Recently even Qualcomm has announced its Snapdragon 805 processor and will feature in the next year's smartphones. While there are also some serious


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