The answer is maybe, and you probably won't find enough published information to know until you try to bolt it together.
Even within a single product family and generation, the parts vary:
Both have a total capacity of 41 teeth, with the 1x variant accepting a 10-51T cassette, and the 2x accepting a 10-45T cassette with a chainring difference of up to 10T.
In the expanded view documents, the parts for GS and SGS variants are listed:
The inner plate (closer to the spokes) for SGS is part Y3FA26000 for both 1x and 2x, but the outer plate is Y3FA98080 for for SGS 1x and Y3FB98050 for SGS 2x.
The P-Axle is Y5PV98060 for both, so outer plate might bolt on interchangeably, but the pivot to upper pulley geometry is different so if you swapped the outer plates between 1x and 2x, the upper pulley might sit too close or too far from the cassette, beyond the ability of the B-screw to compensate.
If you're working with older parts, the best approach may be to just buy a variety of derailleurs and try it. If it doesn't work out, clean the parts, reassemble and re-sell, potentially for profit.