According to VideoCardz, AMD official documents appeared in the Phoenix “hybrid structure” processor information.
As shown above, AMD’s “hybrid architecture” processors use the terms “Performance Core” and “Efficiency Core” like Intel does. ” terminology.
According to the news, AMD “hybrid architecture” processor corresponds to Phoenix 2 mobile APU, using TSMC N4 process, with 2 performance cores and 4 efficiency cores, equipped with 4CU RNDA3 core graphics, 15-28W power consumption, for products such as thin and light notebooks or gaming handhelds. The flagship model of the processor series is expected to be the R7 7740U, which is one position lower than the R7 7840U with all large cores.
At the moment, AMD has not announced when to release this series of “small and large core” processors.