Not sure why you have a difference or how you even scored 4800 but that is why I prefer real world performace tests vs benchmarks. Samsung was outed in the past to tweak their software to score high on tests. That is why as much as people say about the iPhone from real world performance it kills android phones but that is apples to oranges.
I have just received my new Galaxy Note 7 from UPS.
The well know application CPU-Z show many informations concerning SOC, DEVICE, SYSTEM, BATTERY, THERMAL, SENSORS.
I compared every informations on both phones; here are the most importants :
Concerning the processor : the same processor
old Galaxy Note 7 : Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2,15 Ghz
new Galaxy Note 7 : Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2,15 Ghz
Concerning the battery : a litte difference but I don't know if it is important
old Galaxy Note 7 : Voltage : 4174 mV
new Galaxy Note 7 : Voltage : 3978 mV
It is very exciting!
Just don't know for sure if there's a difference between old and new Note 7's or if the Note 7 in general ( Snap D ) is a poor performer. Looked up on Youtube for benchmarks taken prior to replacement Note 7 's and they seem to be in line with what I'm getting now.
Has Rogers started shipping the Note 7?
I reserved the Blue Samsung Note 7 a couple of weeks prior to the Recall. I got the email stating that it was being processed and that I would get a UPS tracking number and that Rogers would call me once it had arrived. I've not received anything from Rogers since then. I've read in this forum about people getting the replacement Note 7's, but I think that only applies to people who had already received their phones prior to the recall. Is Rogers shipping out the replacement units first?