Intel's website also lacks some specifications but reveals the number of GPU cores, clocks, and TDP. Thanks to Device IDs, these are also confirmed to feature the ACM-G12 GPU, which has been previously only seen with the Arc Pro A60 GPU.
As detailed by Intel's website and reported by Videocardz.com, the Arc A570M features the same 16 Xe-Cores as the Arc A550M, but has a higher clock of 1.3GHz, which means it draws more power, pushing the TDP to 75W-95W. The Arc A530M packs 12 Xe-Cores, leaving it with 1536 shaders, and has the same GPU clock of 1.3GHz, with a TDP of 65W-95W.
Intel's leaked roadmap already showcased these two new mobile graphics cards on track for release in Q3, and with the official driver launched, the Arc A570M and Arc A530M should hopefully show up in some laptops soon.