Techpowerup found some information about "Kong", this chip will supposedly be AMD's first Fusion processor. The site claims the chip will be made on a 45nm process by TSMC and says it will have a GPU identical to the RV710:
Core Frequency between 600 ~ 800 MHz
128-bit wide memory bus (DDR3, Side-port supportive)
40 Stream Processors
8 TMUs, 4 ROPs
DirectX 10.1 support
There's also a snip of information about the interconnection and the power consumption:
The GPU will not connect to the rest of the processor using HyperTransport , instead, a new interface referred to as "Onion" will replace it, keeping with the "green" scheme, the GPU will utilize a "Garlic" memory interface to enhance read/write performance and reduce latencies. Performance-wise, it's expected to perform 50% better than the RS780 chip. The addition of this GPU will step-up power consumption by 5~8 W (load) and 0.4~0.6 W (idle). This is the first implementation of such as design methodology, AMD wants to step into the pool only after dipping its toes.