Intel introduced the 10th generation Comet Lake mobile processors at CES 2020.
So far, there is little information, but, according to Anandtech , the 45-watt novelty accelerates to a frequency of more than 5 GHz and is built on a 14-nm process technology.
The 10th generation Intel Core is expected to be used in upgraded versions of the 16-inch MacBook Pro. Apple may announce this later.
The other day, the network laid out accurate data on the performance of desktop processors in Turbo Boost Max 3.0 and Velocity Boost modes:
For example, the frequency of the Core i9-10900K goes beyond the 5.3 GHz mark, and the eight-core i7-10700K can be overclocked to 4.8 GHz. Perhaps you should expect something similar from mobile chips. [ MacRumors ]