New 10th Generation Intel Processors for Handheld Devices Receive Up to Six Cores

The new tenth-generation chips, code-named "Comet Lake" will not receive a 10-tinometer architecture,

however, they are waiting for an improvement in working under high load in thin and portable gadgets.

In the U-series replenishment: The new Core I7-10710U processor with six cores and 12 threads can boast a base frequency of 1.1 GHz, a turbo mode of 4.7 GHz on one core and 3.9 on all available cores. Another model, I7-10510U, will be faster (1.1 GHz base, 4.9 turbo on one core and 4.3 on all), but equipped with only four cores and eight threads.

In general, the new series of processors from Intel is several tens of percent faster than the ninth generation and is designed for ultra-thin and portable devices, such as laptops Dell or Lenovo.

A source: endgadget