Intel revealed a new next-generation Atom processor for low-cost mobile devices at its developers conference in Shenzen, China. The company also revealed a new 64-bit Android KitKat 4.4.2 kernel.
The latest system-on-a-chip (SoC) is being developed for entry-level devices and is touted to replace Bay Trail processors. Braswell will have a 14nm architecture as compared to 22nm manufacturing process on Bay Trail. The reduction in size will offer better power efficiency and boosts in performance. The new SoC will also make use fo Intel's latest graphics technology, Iris.