Confusingly, the Dell Inspiron 14 7415 and Inspiron 14 5410 are the same laptop
Now that mobile AMD CPUs are actually decent, manufacturers have been slowly incorporating AMD options onto more of their laptop models. To distinguish between the Intel and AMD SKUs, some makers like Lenovo would simply add an "AMD" suffix to their model names or change a single digit if needed. Other times, however, the entire model name might be different even if the only difference between the Intel and AMD SKUs is the processor.
The latest Dell Inspiron 14 convertible is an unfortunate example of a singular chassis design with two very different model names separated only by their processors. The Intel version, called the Inspiron 14 5410 2-in-1, is visually the same laptop as the AMD-powered Inspiron 14 7415 2-in-1 even though 7xxx would typically denote a higher-end model according to Dell's own naming convention.
To be fair, other Dell laptops like the Precision 5550 and XPS 15 also share the same chassis and have different processors, but the Precision and XPS families target very different audiences whereas the Inspiron 14 5410 and Inspiron 14 7415 are each targeting the same general users and students. We're sure there's a method to the madness, but Dell may want to rethink how it categorizes the ever-expanding Inspiron series to make shopping easier for laymen who don't follow the intricacies of model names.