Next there are rumors about new APUs; an eight-core Ryzen 7 5700G and a six-core Ryzen 5 5600G. These are believed to be Cezanne-G parts with a 65W TDP. It's unknown if these will be sold separately.
Those would be the Cezanne-G series with a TDP of 65W. New Zen3-based APUs would replace the Ryzen 4000G series based on Zen3 ‘Renoir’ silicon. To this day, however, they have not been officially offered to consumers, but instead, they were restricted to OEM consumers.Via: VideoCardz