According to Twitter leaker Greymon55, the upcoming AMD Rembrandt APUs (Ryzen 6000G series) are already in mass production which means we could see a launch in Q1 2022 or earlier. Greymon55 said the release date is expected at CES 2022.
Rembrandt is already in mass production.
— Greymon55 (@greymon55) September 3, 2021
Rembrandt is the codename for AMD’s next-gen APU that features AMD’s enhanced Zen 3+ core architecture as well as featuring the RDNA 2 integrated GPUs. It is fabricated utilizing TSMC’s 6nm process node and will utilize both LPDDR5 and DDR5 capability. The TDP on the Rembrandt APUs will range between 15 to 65 watts, with max cores/threads of 8/16.
After the release of Rembrandt, AMD will make way with releasing Rembrandt-H and U lines, along with Barcelo-U. The H-series is for AMD’s high-end notebooks and their U-Series for their Ultra-low powered notebooks. The Rembrandt-H will feature Zen3+ technology, 6nm process node, Navi 2X (RDNA2) GPU architecture, TDP of 35-45 watts, as well as 8/16 max core/threads. Rembrandt-U will utilize the Zen3+ technology as well, 6nm process node, Navi (RDNA2) GPU architecture, TDP of 15-25 watts, as well as 8/16 max core/threads. Barcelo-U will base itself on Zen3 technology, 7nm process node, Vega 4th gen GPU architecture, TDP of 15-25 watts, as well as 8/16 max core/threads.
See also: AMD CPU roadmap