In short, in today’s market we can get a huge amount of processors, which give life and energy to smart products. In this article we will be in charge of comparing two of the newest and most powerful processors that are on the market, the Exynos 7904 and the Helio P60, so we do not take more time and start the battle of Exynos 7904 vs Helio P60.
The first point we are going to talk about today is the architecture of these processors, and in that sense, the Helio P60 takes the lead in this great and powerful competition, all because it work hand in hand with a processor of 12 nm unlike the Exynos 7904, which works with a 14 nm processor. With this it can be concluded that the smaller the size, the better the overall performance and energy efficiency, so the Helio P60 works in a better way compared to the Exynos 7904.
In this category, the Helio P60 takes the first place.
Now, speaking in relation to the CPU, the Exynos 7904 has eight cores, although it should be noted that these are arranged in a special way, which is based on two high-performance cores, while the other six remaining cores are made for improve the energy efficiency of the processor. Simply put, in this Exynos processor there are two high-performance Cortex A73 cores that work with a clock speed of 1.8GHz and six low-consumption Cortex A53 cores that work with a clock speed of 1.6GHz.
On the other hand, with respect to the Helio P60, this is a processor with a great power, which works based on the 12 nm architecture and, like the Exynos 7904, this also has eight cores, but the layout is a bit different, since the four Cortex A73 cores and the other four remaining Cortex A53 cores are synchronized at a speed of 2.0GHz. In short, in this category, the Helio P60 takes first place.
Having already talked about the CPU, it is now the turn to talk about the GPU of these processors. Many people think that the Exynos 7904 works better because its GPU is newer, but these people are completely wrong, since the Helio P60 launched just last year has a better quality GPU. The Exynos processor has a Mali G71 MP2 GPU with a frequency of 770MHz, while the Helio processor has a Mali G71 MP2 GPU with a frequency of 770MHz.
Because of this, and once again, the Helio P60 is the winner in this category.
At the time of its presentation, it was confirmed that the Exynos 7904 would be the only processor in the price range in which it is to support triple rear cameras and, therefore, it wins this battle of triple cameras to the Helio P60. On the other hand, in relation to individual cameras, these two processors support up to a single 32 megapixel camera. Finally, when talking about dual cameras, the Helio P60 supports cameras up to 24 megapixels and 16 megapixels, while the Exynos processor supports up to a 16 megapixel and 16 megapixel camera.
Who won in this category? Well, both processors, since Exynos is better in relation to triple cameras, while Helio is better in relation to dual cameras.
Now, going on to talk about connectivity, the Helio P60 created by MediaTek is compatible with LTE Cat. 7 and LTE Cat. 13, while its competition, the Exynos 7904 is capable of supporting LTE Cat. 12 and LTE Cat. 13. Because of that, the winner of this category is, with a small advantage, the Exynos 7904.
Having talked about all the previous categories, let’s move on to one of the most important in relation to processors: artificial intelligence. The Helio P60 has a mobile APU (which is a multi-core artificial intelligence processing unit), which works alongside a multi-core processor combined with intelligent control logic. On the other hand, in relation to the Exynos 7904, Samsung has not given details about whether it works alongside an engine or artificial intelligence technology, so the processor made by MediaTek wins this battle.
After talking about all the features that these two processors have, it was time to reach a conclusion, and decide which the best processor is. Seeing the way they work, you can see that the processor created and launched by MediaTek, the Helio P60, works in an incredible way, based on the mechanisms and technologies that are inside. Now, this does not mean that Samsung’s processor, the Exynos 7904, does not work in a good way, only that it lacks power and efficiency in some categories.
However, regardless of what we say, each person decides which processor to use, all depending on their personal tastes, so we recommend reading this article with a gram of salt.