Arnold Frisch, recently retired Chip Design Engineer from Intel on Seeking Alpha.
It's the laws of physics that controls the winner in the processor race for mobile applications, and Intel has already won this race. Anyone who disagrees is in denial, has some ulterior motive, or is just dense.
What all this means is that whoever builds phones or a tablets using Intel processors can make them run faster and run longer on a given battery than by using an ARM (or AMD) processor.
This argument cuts off the other arguments about market share, design wins, better architecture and other objections by the Intel opponents.
Market share is a measure of the past. What was, not what is. What is, is that the 22nm finFET is a better transistor and it makes for a better processor. If you want the best processor in your next phone/tablet/mobility_device, it had better be an Intel processor.