The CPU is believed to be launched in the second half of 2022, where it will feature some of the latest technologies. Some of them are DDR5 RAM support and support PCIe Gen 5.0.
However, in a recent leak, it is stated that AMD will introduce this line of CPUs faster. Wccftech (11/2) reports, AMD is rumored to be launching the Ryzen 7000 series in early Q3 2022.
This leak was obtained from a confirmed source within the company. Apparently, AMD will try to launch this processor at the Computex 2022 event, and it will go on sale in July or August.
On the other hand, they will also prepare a line of AM5 motherboards to support their latest processors. This is reasonable, considering the socket used is different from the previous generation CPU.
Unfortunately, for further specification leaks, there has been no official statement from AMD. However, it is certain that this CPU will use the Zen 3 architecture which is based on 5nm fabrication technology.