As reported by [arstechnica]:
The Raspberry Pi foundation has announced the release of the next version of Raspberry Pi Micro-computer, promising desktop level performance comparable to entry level x86 systems. Its built around a Broadcom BCM2711 SoC with four 1.5GHz Cortex A72 cPU cores, 1, 2, or even 4 GB of DDR4 ram, Gigabit Ethernet, 4 USB Ports with two being USB 3.0, USB-C port for power supply, Headphone Jack, and two Micro HDMI ports instead of one larger HDMI port. It also still includes Wifi, with an upgraded 5.0 Bluetooth.
The base 1GB ram Pi 4 version starts at 35$ like the original Pi 3, but now their are higher tiers with more ram. The 2 GB version goes for 45$, and 4 GB version for 55$. The Raspberry Pi foundation says the Pi 4 will be in production until January 2026.