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Exynos 7904 vs Snapdragon 675 vs Snapdragon 660

The 2019 smartphones are coming up with more power and speed packed up in a more compact device. There are so many processors in the market today that it becomes challenging for the buyer to decide which smartphone will be the best according to the requirements. Processors play a significant role in the performance of a smartphone.

Here, we have compared the processors, which can be commonly seen in mid to high range smartphones based on some essential aspects.

Fabrication process

While Snapdragon 660 and Exynos 7904 still sport a 64 bit – 14nm CPU architecture, Snapdragon 675 wins this race by a considerable margin on paper as it uses a 64 bit – 11nm CPU architecture. When the fabrication process is smaller, it can fit more transistors, and thus, we can experience better and more efficient performance.


We can see two different types of cores in Exynos 7904 processor: Cortex-A73/-A53 CPUs. Samsung has started using octa-core CPUs, which give a much-optimised performance. Cortex CPUs are not generally seen in Samsung processors, but Samsung has decided to implement these in their newer processors by getting rid of the old Moongoose CPU cores.

On the other hand, Snapdragon processors also use octa-core CPUs, but instead of Cortex, they use Qualcomm CPU cores. Snapdragon 660 uses Qualcomm Kryo 260, and Snapdragon 675 uses Qualcomm Kryo 460, which is a much-advanced version of the previous one. Qualcomm cores are considered to be more optimised and better-performing CPUs than Cortex. Snapdragon 675 again wins the competition because of its more efficient and fast CPU.

Also read: Snapdragon 710 vs 675 vs 636

GPU and Storage

In terms of GPU, Snapdragon 675 takes a big leap over the other two processors. It uses Adreno 612, which is much smoother than Adreno 512, used in Snapdragon 660. Exynos lags as ARM Mali-G71 MP2 performs slightly less efficiently than Adreno 512.

In terms of storage, Exynos can be slightly superior to the Snapdragon as the storage is better optimised, and it provides better reading and writing speeds.

Camera and Connectivity

Snapdragon 675 wins the camera and connectivity segment too. It supports up to 16 MP dual camera and up to 25 MP single camera and has the fastest LTE connectivity amongst the three. Snapdragon 660 is the first runner up with Exynos 7904 still maintaining the last position.


Exynos 7904 supports the basic adaptive charging while Snapdragon 660 supports Quick Charge 4.0 and Snapdragon 675 supports Quick Charge 4.0+, which makes it the fastest charging processor amongst the three.

Benchmark scores

Snapdragon 675 leads the benchmark table with a fantastic score of 174,402 points (on Samsung Galaxy M40) with Snapdragon 660 securing the second position having 135,068 points (on Redmi Note 7) and Exynos 7904 at the third position having a score of 108,712 points (on Samsung Galaxy M20).

Also read: Exynos 7904 vs Snapdragon 636

Category Exynos 7904 Snapdragon 675 Snapdragon 660
Node 14nm 11nm 14nm
CPU Up to 1.8GHz Dual-core (Cortex®-A73) +
Up to 1.6GHz Hexa-core (Cortex®-A53)
Qualcomm Kryo 64-bit 460 CPU, Octa-core CPU; Up to 2.0 GHz Qualcomm Kryo 64-bit260 CPU, Octa-core CPU; Clock Speed: From 1.95 GHz to 2.2 GHz
GPU Mali-G71 MP2 Qualcomm Adreno 612 Qualcomm Adreno 512 GPU
Memory LPDDR4x RAM and eMMC 5.1 storage N/A LPDDR4/4x, Dual-Channel;1866MHz; 8GB RAM
Security N/A Qualcomm Mobile Security, Qualcomm Processor Security, Qualcomm Content Protection Hardware Token, Qualcomm Processor Security, Application Security, Smart Camera
Benchmark score 108,712 174,402 135,068
Camera Rear 32MP, Front 32MP,
Dual Camera 16MP+16MP
Dual Camera, MFNR, ZSL, 30fps: Up to 16 MP; Single Camera, MFNR, ZSL, 30fps: Up to 25 MP; Single Camera, MFNR: Up to 48 MP; Single Camera: Up to 192 MP Dual Camera, MFNR, ZSL, 30fps: Up to 16 MP; Single Camera, MFNR, ZSL, 30fps: Up to 25 MP; Single Camera: Up to 48 MP
Video Up to 4K 30fps encoding and
decoding with HEVC(H.265),
H.264 and VP8, and decoding with VP9
Up to 4K Ultra HD video playback; H.265 (HEVC), H.264 (AVC), VP8, VP9 Up to 4K Ultra HD video playback; H.265 (HEVC), H.264 (AVC), VP8, VP9
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0 Bluetooth 5.0 Bluetooth 5.0
WiFi Wi-Fi 802.11ac 802.11ac Wave 2, 802.11a/b/g, 802.11n 802.11ac Wave 2, 802.11a/b/g, 802.11n
Charging N/A Qualcomm® Quick Charge 4+ technology Qualcomm Quick Charge 4 technology
Peak Download/Upload Speed 600/150 Mbps 600/150 Mbps 600/150 Mbps

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  • Very nice blog on Exynos 7904 vs Snapdragon 675 vs Snapdragon 660. Thank you for such an informative article. And I fully agree with your statement that which smartphone will be the best. Well, what I have observed Snapdragon 660 is one of the best processors as it enhances the power efficiency and thus it’s one of the most powerful mid-range processors in the company’s 600-series.

    • Thank you for your comment Priyanka!
      I completely agree with you on this, Snapdragon 660 is undoubtedly one of the most powerful mid-range processors. Qualcomm has much more to offer. Let’s see which processors they come up with in future.

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