For the entry-level market, AMD could soon rely on Zen 2 again, with new Ryzen and Athlons coming soon. The A1 stepping in the listing of the USB-IF allows the assumption that this is the Renoir APU chip, the nomenclature in the 4000 series also speaks for it.
In the entry-level market, AMD chips have recently become extremely quiet. Old solutions were hardly available any more, each new variant was sold as a significantly higher-priced CPU or APU. The AMD Ryzen 3 3300X and 3100 (test) presented a year ago were sold out within a short time after their launch, and very few supplies came in. At Athlons it looks even worse.
The listings show that AMD may bring new solutions for this market. The Ryzen 5 4500 in particular could be interesting, it should offer six cores. Four cores are hardly acceptable in gaming PCs in mid-2021. Whether the models will come, or their specifications, is still completely unknown, in the past USB-IF often listed CPUs that did not reach the market.