Kaby Lake, which is the seventh generation of Intel Core naming scheme will be subject to change. Intel is expected to release in the third quarter Kaby Lake processor platform, but this is mainly for Y and U series of products; these processors are mostly used in laptop terms.
U series, generally refers i3 / i5 and Core i7 processors, and there are Y series Core m3 / m5 and m7, but into the seventh generation Core series later, Intel will replace Y series are named. Intel is determined from the 7th-generation Core processor begins the last named Core m5 processor with Core m7 renamed Core i5 and Core i7, but the Y series processor entry-level Core m3 will remain unchanged.
In addition, we also identified the seventh generation of Core processors with Intel HD Graphics models.
Y series will match Intel HD Graphics 615, U series is with Intel HD Graphics 620, both the maximum bit 24EUs.
As Apollo Lake platform N series processors, respectively, Intel HG Graphics 505 Intel Pentium and Celeron family series HD Graphics 500. We know Intel HD Graphics Apollo Lake platform to maintain the same 6th generation Intel Core processors. In the past, Intel is also using the same platform for this type of practice, and therefore does not have much difference.
Initially, Intel 7th generation Core processor U-series will bring out the Intel Core i7-7500U, Intel Core i5-7200U and Intel Core i3-7100U three products. Although the aforementioned Core m3 unchanged, but in essence, Intel 7th generation Core processor Y Series models are the Core i7-7Y75, Core i5-7Y54 and Core i3-7Y30. Poorest should not be consumers, but dealers and Intel partner, after all Core naming m7 have been used for a year, now change again, they may have to think again how to talk to the dealer to explain something.