AMD's Phoenix Zen 4 lineup of mobile APUs has been delayed, with the original April launch missed. However, laptops with Ryzen 7000HS & H-series are expected to arrive this month. Preview hardware has been given to testers, and Golden Pig Upgrade, a content creator on the Chinese Bilibili video site, has performed benchmark tests. The Ryzen 7040 Phoenix APUs have been reviewed, and the findings show class-leading performance results in terms of graphical capabilities. The 7840H, which has a Radeon 780M RDNA3 iGPU, was compared to the Rembrandt-based 7735H and a pair of Intel Raptor Lake CPUs, the 13700H and 13500H models.

AMD's newest Phoenix APU is the group leader in GPU performance, but the jump up from the last-gen Rembrandt (RDNA2 iGPU) chip is not significant. The Radeon 780M integrated GPU is roughly equivalent to an NVIDIA GeForce MX550 dGPU and not far off from a GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q graphics card in terms of benchmark performance. According to AMD's internal documentation, the RDNA 3 core architecture used in Phoenix APUs is referred to as "2.5," which may explain why the 780M is not significantly better than its older sibling.

VideoCardz also highlights that the Ryzen 7040HS and 7040H series share similar specifications, and AMD has not provided any explanation for this crossover. Golden Pig Upgrade's video review does not delve into this matter. The 7940H and 7940HS appear to be nearly identical, except for a bolded title font, on Team Red's product pages.