Desktop class - Intel is testing Core M processors in smartphones
Unfortunately, Intel did not reveal details about smartphone-ready Core M chips. Theoretically, they could enable processing power comparable to lower range Core M laptops and hybrid devices, but this doesn't mean your Android smartphone will become an Android laptop replacement. First off, Intel is optimizing its silicon for Windows 10, which means those Core chips are targeting Windows smartphones and tablets. And second, the scalability of Intel processors is proportional to their power draw.
However, let's not be too quick to burst anyone's bubble with so little information available. The main takeaway here is that true desktop-class processing power may become available in mobile devices in the non-too distant future. Thanks, Intel!