Intel’s BayTrail processors are based on their 22nm Silvermont architecture, the latest, greatest and full of promise. Intel has recognised the dramatic shift towards mobile devices, and is apparently ready to take on the challenge. Intel allowed Engadget to benchmark their BayTrial processor on an Android reference tablet.

The processor was a quad-core Z3770, which according to Intel is capable of speeds up to 2.39GHz with a GPU HD Graphics engine at 311 MHz. This would put it on par with Qualcomm’s System on Chip (Soc) Snapdragon 800 which is to be found in all the latest flagship phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Sony Z1 / Z Ultra and LG G2.

 
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The Results of the test (as above) show that the BayTrail and Snapdragon 800 give each other a good run for their money and in real world testing should give a similar user experience.

Could we see an Intel Z3770 or above Mobile device soon?

 

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