AMD remains on track to deliver Radeon RX 6000 laptop GPUs in this quarter
While AMD has already released Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs for desktops, the company is yet to take on NVIDIA in the laptop market. Currently, AMD relies on the RX 5000M series to compete against NVIDIA's RTX 30 laptop GPUs, which is not a fair fight. However, Lisa Su has reiterated that AMD will launch Radeon RX 6000 laptop GPUs in the first half of 2021.
Hence, we should expect new Radeon RX GPUs within the next eight weeks. Past leaks have shown that AMD is working on the Radeon RX 6600M and the RX 6800M, but there have been hints about an RX 6700M too. While little is known about the RX 6700M, the RX 6600M is expected to offer between 50 W and 100 W of graphics power.
Meanwhile, the RX 6800M is believed to feature the Navi 22 GPU, on which AMD bases the RX 6700 XT. The RX 6800M should also offer 12 GB of GDDR6 VRAM, keeping AMD's trend of releasing GPUs with plenty of VRAM. Apparently, AMD's flagship laptop GPU will have a 145 W TGP, although there will probably be a lower wattage variant, too.
It remains unknown when AMD will unveil the RX 6000 series for laptops, but we would not be surprised if AMD has something ready for Computex 2021. As it stands, the event will commence on June 1, which is right in line with AMD's commitment to delivering new laptop GPUs before the second half of the year.