According to the Motley Fool technology broke the people Ashraf Eassa,Intel is secretly developing an architecture design code-named "Lakefield", in which the high-performance core is based on "Icelake" and the small core is based on "Tremont."
IceLake is the platform code behind Cannonlake and is said to be used on the 10th generation Core, while Tremont is succeeding Goldmont Plus.
Eassa revealed that Intel will build "Lakefield" SoC products with thermal design power consumption of 28W and 35W for use in products such as 2-in-1 laptops.
Of course, for such a brand-new "size core" design, some in-depth optimization work may be needed in terms of compatibility so that the operating system, software, games, etc. can be fully identified and efficiently mobilized.