Intel just released an official document that displays their yet to be released 9th Gen Core H-Series CPUs. The “H” suffix means High-Performance graphics and these are Mobile processors equipped in laptops and portable workstations.
The 9th Gen Core H-Series CPUs are based on the Coffee Lake microarchitecture and a 14nm++ fabrication process. They pack Intel UHD graphics and their TDP is generally around the 45W mark.
Right away we can see that the i9-9980HK is the elephant in the room with 8 cores, 16 threads and a boost clock speed of 5GHz. Its non overclocked version is the i9-9880H with the same core and thread count but a slightly reduced boost clock of 4.8GHz.
Next come the i7-9850H and the i7-9750H that come with 6 cores and 12 threads. The former has a boost clock speed of 4.6GHz while the latter has that of 4.5GHz.
The budget segment has us seeing the i5-9400H and the i5-9300H that come with 4 cores and 8 threads. Their boost clock speeds sit at 4.3GHz and 4.1GHz respectively.