AMD promises that laptops will ‘soon’ get GPUs based on RDNA2

AMD announces that laptops with RX 6000 GPUs will appear in the near future. Details about the mobile GPUs based on the RDNA2 architecture, the company did not yet disclose during the presentation of the RX 6700 XT.

On Wednesday AMD introduced the RX 6700 XT and at the end of the presentation by Scott Herkelman, AMD’s chief executive for the Graphics Business Unit, it can be seen that the company will soon also make RX 6000 GPUs for laptops available. It is not known when AMD will announce more about that mobile generation of GPUs.

Few laptops with mobile RX 5000 GPUs appeared. As VideoCardz notes, there were some MSI and Dell laptops that were available with an RX 5500M or RX 5600M, but as far as the RX 5700M is concerned, only the Dell Alienware Area-51m R2 seems to have this.

In January AMD introduced its Ryzen 5000U and 5000HX laptop processors with Zen 3 cores, but due to the lack of RX 6000M GPUs, game laptops with those processors appeared with, for example, RTX 30 GPUs from Nvidia.