LOL 64 GB SSD? By that time it'd probably be at least 128 GB. Some smartphones already have a 64 GB version. Well, a smartphone essentially is a pocket sized computer that has a cell phone component attached to it. So, I see nothing wrong with advances in that area, just as what has been happening for so long with PCs.
Also, I highly doubt Intel is going to be very successful in the mobile CPU market given that TI, Samsung, Qualcomm (Snapdragon), and nVidia (with the Tegra line) are already in that. Although a few phones have released with Intel Atom CPUs running Android, I think. Quad-core CPUs have already made their way into some Android phones.