FUD Zilla had a chat with ARM president Tudor Brown about the company's future processors. One of the things they learned is that a new chip codenamed Eagle is slated for 2013, this is a multi-core product that involves high-end graphics and increased security.
This is something that might be powering many mobile phones and handheld devices at some point after 2013. The issue of seeing these chips in retail products is that it takes at least a year for manufacturer to develop a new mobile phone / handheld platform.
It's kind of cool when you get an insight of what is coming in 2013 timeframe, as three years is a lot in IT, due to its fast progression. At this time mobile internet will get even more mainstream, and it has already became an everyday stuff for many people. Let’s not forget to mention that Eagle core should materialize in Globalfoundries' 28nm bulk process and with time it will shift to 22nm.