Navi 7nm GPUs/Ryzen 3 announcments at Computex 2019?

Didn't they announced the r5700XT in June of last year? I guess there is still other shows where they could announce something bigger still for this year.

it was Radeon 7 last year at CES 2019 a little higher end than the 5700 xt

that they didn't even say anything about a 4k card is telling and only showed a card slower than a 5700 xt is :nuts:

they won't have anything to do 4k till the end of 2021 and it will be MCM about the same time as nvidia hopper
Worth quoting here as well as she also said we will see zen 3 this year:

Gordon Ung, PC World: Do you think that AMD has to have a high-end competitor in the discrete graphics market?

LS: [laughs] I know those on Reddit want a high end Navi! You should expect that we will have a high-end Navi, and that it is important to have it. The discrete graphics market, especially at the high end, is very important to us. So you should expect that we will have a high-end Navi, although I don’t usually comment on unannounced products.

AnandTech: AMD’s products have been on a very regular 12-14 month cadence for the last three years. Should we expect to see Zen 3 this year? In previous CES presentations you’ve shared 12-month roadmaps, but this year you only spoke about Q1 and Q2. Would you like to comment on Zen 3 or what’s coming?

LS: You should expect that we’re going to be very aggressive with the CPU roadmap. We think Zen 2 is the best CPU core out there today, and we’re very proud of it. We’ve completed the family and Zen 3 is doing really well, we’re very pleased about it and you’ll hear more about it in 2020. Rather than ask me the question three times Ian [laughs], let me clear: you will see Zen 3 in 2020!

She says all the things in this interview that she avoided for CES but it makes sense per the audience. CES audience wants to know what can be bought soon or now. Geeks like us want to know what upstream in 6 months to a year.
AMD FreeSync expands with Premium and Premium Pro editions



now to see what coming 4k/120 TV's and monitors do VRR, Premium Pro and G Sync
Keeping it at 120hz seems they are aiming for the tv market more than the monitor one.
AMD never seems to be able to get the GPU and CPU lines firing on all cylinders at the same time...Its either one or the other but not both.

they never had either till now

when they bought ATI their CPU's were already getting killed by intel mostly one way or the other

and since 2006 and the buyout their GPU's have only been close only cheaper price and crossfire and dual cards saved them
but the GPU's keep the CPU side afloat till they started Ryzen and put everything into that