First Intel Apollo Lake Chip: Pentium N4200 Details Leaked
We knew that Intel Apollo Lake chips were going to be the next generation processors but besides that we knew very little about these chips. These are meant to power mobile devices such as tablets and hybrid systems. Here we have the Intel Apollo Lake chip leaked details, the Pentium N4200.
This Intel Apollo Lake chip has four processing cores. Each of these cores is clocked at 1.10GHz. There are no details about boost clock at the moment but it is very likely that there will be a boost clock. More on that when we have further details about the clock speeds of the Intel Apollo Lake chip.
This Intel Apollo Lake chip is a low power consuming processor and it will be taking the place of the Cherry Trail and Braswell family. Although this chip is being made on the same 14nm manufacturing process, it will feature Goldmont CPU cores instead of previously used Airmont cores.
We expect a 30 percent increase in performance because the Intel Apollo Lake chip has been made in a way that it is more efficient. It is optimized to increase battery life by 15%. This means you can do more with you device before it runs out of juice.
Key features of these chips are as follows:
- Dual-cores and quad-cores
- Base power consumption: 6-10W
- BGA packaging
The Intel Apollo Lake chip will be featured in mobile devices and more high-end devices like slates, which need more power will have clock speeds up to 2.7GHz. This is all due to the new Goldmont architecture. Here is the screenshot of the leaked details regarding the Pentium N4200. Check this out for all the details that you need to know about the upcoming processor.
This processor will be used in the following products:
- AIO PCs
- NUC form factor computers
- 2-in-1 hybrids