Android L is closer to release than ever and now we even have access to a 64-bit emulator image destined to Intel’s x86 architecture. The Native Developer Kit (NDK) is now updated to revision 10b and developers can start getting their apps ready for devices that roll on Intel’s 64-bit chips.
Recently, Intel has been working on promoting its architecture to Android developers (they released emulator images with Google APIs for KitKat and partnered with various game developers) and it appears that Intel and Google are working on strengthening their relationship, which can only mean that in the near future we will see more Atom/ Bay Trail chipsets.
The available NDK is destined to native apps and those with Java will not be compatible.
Source: Android Developer Portal
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