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Here's some press video just shot at Computex (no sound). Many of the devices shown are using the new Haswell architecture CPUs, and the power savings are obvious from the reduced form factors. With the 14nm die shrink next year "real" computers can only continue to get even lighter and more powerful. Notice too the odd Intel powered phone - ARM is going to be sidelined over the next decade. We'll see a lot of this stuff in the shops before year-end. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHqdBbiYH3Q
Yet another Android smartphone launch - yawn? Nope, this one is special! This new ZTE packs an Intel CloverTrail+ CPU running at a full 2GH/z. That's more computing power than many desktops had not too many years ago, and better than many netbooks currently in use. It's "binary compatible" with regular PCs too - that means that there's no need for developers to run emulations, they can run the same instructions directly, and use regular PC software tools. Graphics are reportedly three times faster than current generation ARM based phones like the Samsung Galaxys and iPhones. No UK availab