The chip giant also talked about Braswell, a 14nm update that will replace the current 22nm Bay Trail chip. Unfortunately, very little details were revealed.
Yes, it does sound like a mixture of haswell and baytrail and no, it probably doesn't help that it basically sounds like Haswell, but it will be available for Windows, Android, ChromeOS and Linux, making it a very versatile chip that is essentially OS agnostic. But there was zero mention of exactly when we could expect to see Braswell. Perhaps next year when we start seeing most of the Broadwell chips.
Source: Bright Side of News