Truth to be told, the AMD Radeon Vega GPU comes in many different form factors: you can have it as a standard graphics cards or as part of graphics implementation in SoCs very soon either through AMD Ryzen APUs or the 8th Gen Intel Core G Series. Soon, consumers will also able to utilize it as dedicated graphics inside laptops and workstations.
Equipped with HBM2, the new Radeon Vega Mobile GPU has such a compact footprint that it is much smaller than a common Radeon RX 500 mobile graphics card. With 1.7mm Z-height, it is also more compact than a standard Vega GPU which suits its objective as a graphics powerhouse for thin laptops and workstations.
However, neither of its specifications or actual release date was announced by AMD during its pre-CES media briefing. Nevertheless, we expect it to appear in the market later this year.