Ryzen 4000 mobile processors are already out, but have not yet reached the stores as part of the new laptops. And until this happens, we can look at how AMD itself evaluates its latest products regarding Intel products.
You can see exactly which Intel CPUs are opposed to each of the new AMD APUs, including the Athlon 3000 models. At the same time, the comparison is clearly not based on performance, since the eight-core Ryzen 7 4800U will clearly leave no chance for the four-core Core i7-1065G7. Most likely, competitors are selected on the basis of prices, although AMD often does not disclose the prices of mobile processors.
It remains to wait for the first full-fledged tests to check how much AMD will be faster than Intel processors in all these pairs.