Thank you. So few people seem to see what is going on and how that is going to continue.
Android x86 is going to take down Android ARM within a few years and Windows 9 is going to go down with it. In fact, if Android x86 had been a bit more mature a week ago, 80% of the people that have switched to Windows 8.1 would have switched to Android x86 instead.
It is clear that Intel has been asleep in this market, but it is even clearer that they are on the war path and intent on destroying Qualcomm and ARM in general.
Producing low-power chips and pushing Android x86 are the obvious ways to do that.
If you take into account the interoperability between Android ARM and Android x86 (made possible by Java and an intelligent package creation and delivery system for the bits of NDK code), most consumers won't even know the difference between their desktop / tablet Intel x86 SoC running Android or their 'old' phone Samsung ARM SoC running Android. Everybody will just gradually transition to x86-based mobile devices as Intel uses all their tactics, money and power to push their ARM competitors to the same corner where AMD is allowed to exist currently.