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Intel Apollo Lake to be 30 percent faster than Braswell

Posted on Monday, June 06 2016 @ 18:28:34 CEST by


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Intel gave a presentation about its upcoming Apollo Lake SoCs last week at Computex. Some slides were published at Hexus and it appears the new chip will offer an up to 30 percent performance boost versus the existing Cherrytrail/Braswell generation.

Apollo Lake uses Goldmont cores and besides more performance it also promises 15 percent better battery life than Braswell as well as a bunch of new features, including USB Type-C.
  • A 30 per cent improvement in CPU performance compared to Cherrytrail / Braswell parts
  • A new GPU architecture (Intel Gen9) delivering 30 per cent better performance than Braswell
  • Flexible support for RAM, DDR3L, LPDDR3, and LPDDR4 memory are options for manufacturers
  • Better battery life, with a claimed 15 per cent longer life compared to Braswell
  • Furthermore, Intel promises Apollo Lake will enable manufacturers to hit cheaper price points thanks to a cheaper bills of materials (BOM). Apollo Lake is expected to ship in the second half of this year and will be branded as Intel Celeron and Pentium N series. The main target applications include low-cost laptops, Chromebooks and 2-in-1 systems.

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