The numbers are irrelevant until Intel comes up with a processor that beats the competition at their own game. Intel needs to make a mobile processor that runs ARM code instead of X86 code for Android. There is a reason why Moto didn't put the Atom processor in all their new phones and instead only tried it in the Razr M version for Europe (Razr i). How did that go? Well for starters people found right away that Chrome for Android couldn't run on it. Why? Because it was written for ARM not for X86. Need more proof this is just a bad idea? While the Cisco Cius tablet had other problems the biggest was all the software compatibility issues because it didn't use an ARM processor.
Sure it will run lots, maybe most, of the Android software out there because it's Java. But anything that's not Java and done with native code will not work. It needs to be recompiled and optimized for a different processor architecture.
If I'm wrong, please correct me. If you don't understand what I'm talking about then for now, just don't get so excited about any new Intel mobile processor until they announce one that runs ARM code. They have done this in the past (look up StrongARM or XScale) but they seem to be against it now.