The RTX 3060 allegedly has 3840 CUDA cores while the RTX 3050 Ti is rumored to have 3584 CUDA cores. Interesting is that the latter has RTX support, a first for the x050 series. VideoCardz claims there will also be an RTX 3050 (non-Ti).
The GA106 is rumored to feature a 192-bit memory bus, this suggests 6GB GDDR6 memory (or potentially as much as 12GB but that makes less sense).
Based on current reports it looks like the RTX 3060 will launch in January 2021. The RTX 3050 Ti is expected a bit later, between January and February.
Ah, the desktop cards based on GA106 will be called— kopite7kimi4virgil (@kopite7kimi) November 4, 2020
RTX 3050 Ti(3584FP32).
????I don't know if it will change in the future.