10nm does not require quad patterning thankfully because it is expensive. 10nm has already been solved so don't bet against it.
They use FinFETs on a 20nm BEOL and it outperforms Intel's 14nm SoCs and costs less. What was your question again?
Why is it the Samsung 14nm SoC outperforms the Intel 14nm SoC if the Intel process is better?
" Intel 14nm Cherry Trail SoC spotted on Geekbench "
Where are all the Intel 14nm chips? I'm waiting for a new MacBook. And what happened to the Cherry Trail? It can't even beat a 20nm foundry part much less 14nm. What good is a lead when your chips don't perform?
We are already working on Samsung 10nm so there is no Intel lead for foundry customers. They may even be behind. TSMC is losing market share to Samsung not Intel.