Intel reveales 4 new mobile SoCs in their latest Kaby Lake spec update
Coffee Lake — Intel's 8th generation of CPUs based on the 2011 Sandy Bridge architecture — will be launched at some point in Q3 2017, but until then, Intel intends to further expand the Kaby Lake system-on-a-chip offer with 4 new models, as revealed in the latest specifications update. There are 4 chips in total: 2 entry-level models, the Core i3-7007U and the i3-7110U; one mid-range model, the i5-7210U; and one high-end model, the i7-7510U. These new mobile CPUs are ultra-low voltage chips with a TDP of 15W, featuring only 2 cores and 4 threads.
The Core i3-7007U CPU is clocked at 2.1 GHz, while Core i3-7110U is clocked at 2.6 GHz. The Core i5-7210U and i7-7510U are clocked at 2.5 and 2.7 GHz, and their Turbo speeds reach 3.3 GHz and 3.7 GHz, respectively. The i5 and i7 chips also have their maximum integrated graphics processing unit dynamic frequency set to 1100 MHz and 1150 MHz, respectively. The RAM specs haven't changed, as the 4 chips still support the DDR3L-1600, LPDDR3-1866 and DDR4-2133 standards. The Core i7-7510U also integrates 4MB of SmartCache, while the other chips integrate 3 MB.
Availability and pricing information are not known as of yet.