Samsung has confirmed it will soon release refurbished versions of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 - the phablet that caught fire in several cases past year - but certification for the new phone may prove a problem for Samsung.
Other Samsung devices that are expected to get the firmware update, include the Galaxy J7, Galaxy J7, Galaxy J7 Prime, Galaxy J5, Galaxy On7, Galaxy C5, Galaxy C7, Galaxy C7 Pro, Galaxy C5 Pro, and Galaxy C9 Pro.
According to the leaked details, Samsung will be launching the handset in India soon and it will apparently retails between $250 and $300.
The upcoming Samsung phablet is likely to come equipped with an Octa-core processor clocked at 1.6 GHz.
This is because Google's Nexus phones were never really known to feature good quality cameras, with some bordering on bad in the past, although Google has made some pretty impressive strides since. Both cameras will be of a 13-megapixel sensor with the rear camera featuring Smart Glow 2.0.
On the display, the 5.7-inch panel will have a resolution of 1920x1080pixels; something that is considerably better than its counterparts.
In spite of the seemingly catastrophic incident, the company is back on track with a vengeance, looking to make things right by customers and offer them a real premium experience with the next generation of Note smartphones. However, we expect the device to launch next month.
The slides also reveal support for Samsung Pay Mini.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max will employ a 3300mAh battery inside to keep the lights on. It will be available in two colours: Gold and Black.
Just a couple of months after Galaxy Note 7 started to hit shelves globally in August 2015, Samsung had to recall around 4.3 million units of the model being released after the onslaught of complaints due to exploding batteries.