Intel's 10-nanometer Cannon Lake processors aren't slated to arrive for the general public until next year, but they're showing up in products in China, such as Lenovo's new IdeaPad 330.
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During its earnings call yesterday, Intel announced that it will once again delay its 10nm processors, and will instead produce another 14nm generation that's codenamed Whiskey Lake.
Sources within the supply chain have said that the third delay in the shipment timeline has some vendors thinking of skipping the processor altogether in favor of the upcoming 9th-gen Ice Lake chip.
Intel has unveiled its first 8th-gen Core processors today, while further mobile and desktop parts based on the Coffee Lake and Cannonlake architectures will be released in the future.
Intel today revealed the codename for the 9th generation of its Core series of processors, 'Ice Lake', and that the microachitecture will be based on a 10nm+ process following a die shrink.
Until now, Intel has released two generations of chips for every manufacturing process. But the current 14nm chips will see a third gen thanks to manufacturing issues with the 10nm process.