The 2nd quarter of this year (2012) will be the scheduled release date for Trinity, the successors of the Llano processors. This will feature the release of the new A10 and A8 Fusion CPUs. A10-5800 and A10-5700 will have the built-in AMD Radeon HD 7660D while the A8 counterparts (A8-5500 and A8-5600) will carry a cut-down GPU, HD 7560D. GPU performance for the Trinity CPUs will just be slightly below the HD 7670, which is a known rebrand of the current HD 6670.
Q3 2012, however, will be the scheduled release for the FX successor - the Vishera. These would include the 8-core FX-8350 and FX-8320, 6-core FX-6300, and the 4-core FX-4320. Astounding attributes of the Vishera would include 4 Piledriver modules with different core count models. In the meantime, Q3 will also key in the addition of the other Trinity low-end lineup such as the A6-5400 and A4-5300.
More things are coming up for AMD this year. Let's hope that AMD can stick with their schedule and give end-users the needed boost in performance.