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Intel's Core M processors are being tested in phones

Mat Smith, @thatmatsmith
September 2, 2015
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Intel's fresh-faced sixth-generation processors improve on pretty much all the important fronts: more power efficiency, more graphical oomph and that's especially true for its important Core M series that beats inside laptops and tablets. According to Kirk Skaugen, Intel's general manager, it's now making its way into even smaller devices, namely "phablets." (He said it, not us.) While the line between tablets and phones couldn't be blurrier these days, if Intel's Core M family of chips makes it into your next Android phone, it'd be powerful enough to do almost everything your laptop does.

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