The Chinese edition of VR Zone published a slie from Intel that compares the features of the future 14nm Cherry Trail-T "Atom" processor with the Bay Trail-T platform.
The slide reveals that just like Bay Trail-T, the Cherry Trail-T lineup will feature quad-core, quad-threaded processors. The maximum clock frequency will be 2.7GHz, 300MHz higher, and Cherry Trail-T will work with low-power DDR3 memory with a frequency of up to 1600MHz, whereas Bay Trail-T supports no more than 1333MHz. The memory bandwidth has been increased to 25.6GB/s and there's now also support for up to 8GB of memory, twice as much as before. No details about the ingrated graphics are revealed in the slide but it's expected that this part will get a big upgrade as well.
This will be the chip that goes against Mullins, a low-power 28nm APU from AMD.