AMD Vega20 GPU references have been spotted in Linux driver code. It is expected that Vega20 will 'simply' be a die shrink of the original Vega GPU. According to some previously leaked roadmaps Vega20 will appear from Q3 to Q4 this year.
Vega20 was originally thought to move the architecture from 14nm to 12nm but it could well jump straight to 7nm. Supporting this idea, a next-gen Vega accelerator, as AMD officially stated at CES 2018, is being built specifically for machine learning applications on the 7nm node.
The Linux driver code that came to light this weekend contains references to six new Vega20 GPUs. In the screen shot below you can see the device IDs listed under the /* Vega 20 */ section. You can see that the code has been reviewed and signed off by three AMD engineers.
Considering the history of such Linux code leaks, it took about three months between the Linux patch for Vega10 appeared for the AMD Frontier Edition to come out.
It will be interesting to see the performance / efficiency improvements which can be delivered by Vega's move to 7nm. If you look at previous roadmaps you will also observe that Navi will appear on 7nm ahead of an unnamed next-gen GPU architecture on 7nm+ by 2020.