Intel plans to continue venturing out in mobile processor segment for the tablets with the next generation Atom. The next generation Intel Atom mobile processor will bring quad-core powered mobile processor for the tablets. This next generation Intel Atom processors has been codenamed as Bay Trail-T platform and the processors under this platform have been codenamed as Valleyview-T, reported MobileGeeks.
This new platform will comprise of a 22nm manufacturing process made processor dubbed as Valleyview-T. Meant specifically for the tablets, the Bay Trail-T is the successor to the Clover Trail platform targeted at the Windows and Android based tablets.
The upcoming Bay Trail-T platform will bring quad-core Valleyview-T mobile processors which can be clocked up to 2.1 GHz. This platform will be able to support higher memory capacities and also offer more memory bandwidth.
Bay Trail-T promises over three times the graphics performance compared to the Clover Trail platform. Intel will be using the Generation 7 graphics chip which will support full HD, 3D and will also support DirectX 11 – that brings loads of PC games automatically on board with the Windows 8 Pro based tablets.
The new graphics chip will also be able to power high resolutions such as 2560×1600 based displays. The tablets running the Bay Trail-T platform will offer relative less stand-by time but promises battery life of over 11 hours.
Intel Valleyview-T processors are expected to arrive only by early 2014 and by then the competition would have already introduced relatively competitive mobile platforms.
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