Some more leaked Intel CPU roadmap slides found their way to the Internet. TechPowerUp offers some commentary and notes Comet Lake won't launch until sometime in the first half of 2020, giving AMD quite a lot of time to capture marketshare with its new Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 processors. It also appears that Comet Lake will be rather short-lived, as Ice Lake-S is expected to follow in Q3 2020 at the earliest.
Intel appears to have put much of its efforts into improving its 14 nanometer node one last time, and increasing core-counts with the introduction of a new 10-core silicon that does away with iGPU. With its "Skylake" core IPC within 5% of that of "Zen 2," and gaming performance leadership still held onto by a hair's breadth, Intel will focus on bolstering multi-thread performance by enabling HyperThreading on even its Core i5 and Core i3 desktop processor models, while providing more cores to the Dollar compared to its 9th generation "Coffee Lake Refresh."
According to these slides, Comet Lake-S will use a new socket called LGA1200. This socket will likely be shared by Ice Lake-S, but so far these are all still rumors so take it with a grain of salt. Comet Lake-S will come in TDPs of up to 125W.