Intel promises to deliver Xe Graphics news in 20 days, then removes tweet

Published: Jul 25th 2020, 07:09 GMT   Comments

A mysterious tweet.

Intel teases more Xe Graphics news, but then removes tweet

It took some time to find traces of the tweet, but here it is – a tweet posted 3 hours ago and then removed.

Intel tweet with Xe Graphics teaser (now removed)

In the tweet, Intel promises to deliver more details on Xe Graphics in 20 days, but the tweet does not provide any information on whether this means mobile or discrete graphics. It is worth noting that Intel already confirmed an event on September 2nd. It is expected that the company will reveal its Tiger Lake mobile processors featuring Xe Graphics. The new tweet (now removed) could, therefore, be related to Tiger Lake.

Regardless of the topic, the tweet would imply that Intel will reveal more information on Xe Graphics on August 14th. It could have been an error in auto-posting tweets by Intel, so the date might be wrong.

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