AMD's Richland APUs, the successors of the current Trinity line, will not launch until early summer, but it appears that the company will continue its familiar sequence numbering system for the processors.
According to Fudzilla, the high-end Richland APU will be called A10 6800K and replace the current 5800K.
The 3.8 GHz/4.2 GHz, quad-core 5800K sits on the top of AMD's APU series with four CPU cores, 384 Radeon (HD 7660D) cores, and a TDP of 100 watts. AMD will be able to squeeze more power efficiency out of the 28 nm Richland chips. On the high-end, it is unlikely that the company will be changing the power envelope, but rather increase the off-the-shelf clock speed, which should easily be touching 4 GHz/ 4.4 GHz. Richland will also include AMD's new HD 8000 Radeon graphics core.
The A10 6800K as well as other Richland APUs are expected to be announced in June of this year.