Here you will be able to compare the processors from Samsung in the Exynos Series 7 processors. You can click on each for a larger explanation on their respective pages for more detailed information. Just because the processor offers an ability does not mean that the phone will have this available as the manufacturer might have left it out to cut costs.
Exynos Series 7 Processors comparison
You will notice that the first version of the processor in this range was made on the older 14nm process. Normally they will consume more power as the circuits are bigger than say the 10nm process. The first version in the Series 7 is the Exynos 7 Series (7880) which had a Cortex-A53 1.9GHz Octa processor with no secondary processor. The Exynos 7 Series (7885) specs shows that the primary processor is a Cortex-A73 2.2GHz Dual which also has a Cortex-A53 1.6GHz Hexa as a secondary processor. The Exynos 7 Series (9610) specs which was the highest processor in the Series 7 range comes with a Cortex-A73 2.3GHz Quad and a Cortex-A53 1.7GHz Quad as a secondary processor. Compare the specs below.
|SPEC||Exynos 7 Series (9610)||Exynos 7 Series (7885)||Exynos 7 Series (7880)|
|Series||Exynos 7 Series||Exynos 7 Series||Exynos 7 Series|
|Process||10nm FinFET||14nm FinFET||14nm FinFET|
|CPU (Primary)||Cortex®-A73 2.3GHz Quad||Cortex®-A73 2.2GHz Dual||Cortex®-A53 1.9GHz Octa|
|CPU (Secondary)||Cortex®-A53 1.7GHz Quad||Cortex®-A53 1.6GHz Hexa||None|
|GPU||Mali™-G72 MP3||Mali™-G71 MP2||Mali™-T830 MP3|
|Video||4K UHD 120fps||4K 30fps||UHD 30fps|
|Display||WQXGA (2560×1600)||WUXGA (1920×1200), |
Full HD+ (2220×1080)
|Application||Smartphone, Tablet||Smartphone, Tablet||Smartphone, Tablet|