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AMD CEO Lisa Su revealed that the company is developing a new Ryzen 4000 series of mobile processors to be launched on the market in early 2020. The news was revealed in an interview with VentureBeat after AMD’s third-quarter earnings conference call at the end of last month. Although
only mentioned the new chip by the way, Su revealed that AMD's Zen2-based Ryzen 4000 mobile CPU will use the existing 7nm technology built into its APU instead of introducing a new architecture.
She said: ``We are also very excited as we enter 2020. You will also start to see our next-generation mobile products in early 2020. You will see 7nm mobile chips that are not yet on the market. `
The head of AMD also hinted that the next generation of Zen3-based products will be released sometime in 2020, when we can look forward to the availability of new chips. We can confidently expect these two products to become the flagship products of AMD's lineup at next year's CES Expo.
2019 is a vibrant year for AMD, and it looks like it will continue to follow these steps for the foreseeable future. Although AMD's complete turnaround is shocking, the company appears to be deliberately moving forward and marching towards the market share historically attributed to NVIDIA and Intel. For a company that was more or less in trouble less than a decade ago, the market value of nearly $ 40 billion is not worth ridiculing.
This year alone, we've seen CPUs from the AMD Ryzen 3000, Radeon RX 5700, and RX 5700 XT series. In addition, we also have the long-awaited Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series of high-end desktop CPUs that will be available this month.
This is all good news for consumers. Competitively stimulated lower prices will see more options in individual products, as well as in pre-built laptops, desktops, and hybrid systems from major manufacturers.