Google Nexus 8 might be powered by a Intel's 64-bit quad-core processor
Different reports have demonstrated that Google may be ceasing the Nexus 7 tablet line not long from now, for an 8-inch Nexus 8 tablet that could be started close by Android 4.5 / 5.0 sooner or later this June through August timeframe. According to Androidpit, the Spring launch may have something to do with Intel's launch plans for another versatile processor, recommending that Google and Intel may accomplice up for this specific Nexus unit.
Last month at MWC 2014 Intel divulged a 64-bit quad-core Atom "Moorefield" processor that could be utilized as a part of the exact not so distant future in cell phones and tablets, and was anticipated that it will be available in the second half of the year.
The Moorefield processors may go up to 2.3GHz, and might emphasize "an improved GPU and backing for quicker memory," and support for Intel's own particular 2014 LTE platform that might have the ability to convey LTE-Advanced data speeds. The Nexus 8 is said to ship with a PowerVR G6430 GPU. According to TuttoAndroid, the PowerVR Series 6 card is 20 times faster than Series 5 models and five times more efficient.
Intel had announced its multiyear agreements with Asus, Lenovo, Dell and Foxconn to produce Intel powered tablets, and Asus and Lenovo are said to be the forerunners in being the hardware partners for launching the next generation of the tablet.