Some documentation has leaked onto the web is reconfirming that intel is preparing 6-core processors intended for the laptop segment. The 14nm processors are developed under codename Coffee Lake.
Basically following Kaby Lake to release there will be a fourth generation processor series fabbed on the 14nm production process called Coffee Lake (a refresh of Skylake). It does make sense as Intel over a year ago announced to abandon its tick-tock model, which alternately introduced a new architecture and a new production process. Basically Intel will use whatever fab process works out the best for them practially and economically aimed at a certain target area. So there will be a fourth generation 14nm product series, in the form of Coffee Lake.
It'll be a while before you'll actually see laptops fitted with them as the leaked slide indicates that to be in Q2 2018 release date wise. These processors have a 45 Watt TDP. Next to more cores these processors might get an improved GT3e graphics processor, at least we know that to be for sure on the 4 and 2 core models.
Have a peek at the new roadmap that leaked, clock on the thumbneail below.