In an interview for VentureBeat, AMD CEO Lisa Su confirmed that the first Ryzen 4000 series CPU will be available soon. They will be built in 7 nm technology and Zen 2 architecture, and their mobile version will be released in early 2020. We'll have to wait a little longer before they can be used in personal computers.
We’re also pretty excited as we go into 2020. You’ll start to see our next-generation mobile products, as well, coming in early 2020. You’ll see 7nm mobile chips that have yet to come to market.
Lisa Su also revealed that next year we can expect chipsets based on Zen 3 architecture.
We’re well underway with Zen 3 as a follow-on, as well, for 2020 — lots of product activity. Even though 2019 was a big product year, I think 2020 will be an even larger product year for us.
This is good news for AMD fans. The company is doing better and better in the CPU market, becoming a serious competitor to Intel. This one, however, does not remain silent and plans to release first GPU based on its origina Xe architecture in 2020.