Curiously, Nvidia's documentation also lists the laptop GTX 1050 as having just 16 ROP units—half that of the desktop card. At a glance, that change seems pretty major. We'll have to see if we can get our hands on a laptop equipped with one of these chips and put it to the test against the desktop GTX 1050 to see whether there's a major difference in performance for real-world use. Despite the halved ROP count, the mobile GTX 1050 retains a 128-bit path to memory.
I found this really bizarre because literally every other Pascal card (both desktop and laptop) has 1 ROP for every 4 bits of memory bus width. Also, NotebookCheck's page for it has a GPU-Z screenshot which says 32 ROPs, but it's clearly using beta hardware, software or drivers -- several values are blank and others are nonsensical (e.g. the number of TMUs is 53).
So, has anybody gotten a chance to look at this card in more detail? It comes in some nice laptops and I would like to know whether it has the same number of ROPs as the desktop 1050 or only half.