Presently, only American Smartphone maker Apple has managed to introduce the Smartphone with the 64-bit CPU, the Apple iPhone 5S which is powered by the Apple A7 and presently the world's first 64-bit Smartphone. After the Apple, the Korean OEM Samsung has also decided to introduce the Smartphone with the 64-bit CPUs and probably the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 will be powered up with the 64-bit CPU. Now according to the information, Intel will use its 64-bit Bay Trail Atom platform on Intel's upcoming Android devices.
An Intel's spokesperson, Hermann Eul stated that the Intel have used most of the 64-bit efforts on the Windows platform and they are much interested in bringing the 64-bit technology to the Android devices. At the Intel Investor Event, Intel showed off a demo of "the first ever showing of 64-bit kernel running on Bay Trail with Android" and it is impressive at least.
So the question is when we will see the Intel's 64-bit Android devices but the report give us the hint that the Intel Android devices will hit the markets in half of the next year because according to the Eul, 64-bit Bay Trail Atom devices running Windows will hit in Q1 of the 2014, so half of the next year is an ideal date.
So, Intel should work hard on their Android devices because many huge manufacturers and competitors are standing in front of the Intel, so this is a really serious matter for the Intel but we have to wait for the Intel's first Android device and we hope that the device is going to be powerful.