Intel's Bay Trail chip arriving on Android tablets in Q2Jan 17, 2014, 15:00 (5 Talkback[s])
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Android devices running on the Bay Trail processor were conspicuously absent at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month. Intel's CES pavilion, for instance, had no Bay Trail Android tablets on display.
During the conference call, Krzanich also talked about the advantages of its 64-bit chips when responding to an analyst's question (transcript courtesy of Seeking Alpha). Android today is a 32-bit platform.
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