Intel’s 10nm Processors May Get Delayed Till The End Of 2018
At the launch webcast of the Intel 8th Gen Core Processors, Intel Employees confirmed that they’ll be bringing 10nm Intel Core Processors soon from this series. But, how long will this soon take? Well, maybe more than a year. At least that is what a recent report is suggesting. Below the article, here find Intel’s 10nm processors may get delayed.
So, as many of you may have already heard that, the 10nm Intel Processors will be recognized as the Cannon Lake series. So, according to this new report, Intel has probably already rescheduled their Cannon Lake launch to the end of 2018. This thing will definitely affect the Laptop OEMs as they’re probably already prepared for taking advantage of the 10nm architecture to make their laptops thinner & more powerful & more power efficient as well.
But, the only question that we have in our mind that why is Intel actually holding up the complete 10nm Process thing? We even have few Smartphone processors using that 10nm Process Technology right now & more are on their way. So, it’s really hard to believe that where Chip manufacturers like Samsung & Huawei can do it, Intel is still not capable of producing 10 nm Chips. So, is it again some kind of weird marketing policy of Intel for their regular 14nm Processors for another year? Maybe, but we can’t confirm anything yet.
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