After months of speculation about what it was going to do with the millions of Galaxy Note 7 handsets that it had recalled after discontinuing the flagship last year, Samsung confirmed several weeks back that it was going to launch a Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 in a handful of markets across the globe. It hasn’t revealed more details about this so far but there’s some evidence to suggest that the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 may not be that far off.
Previous reports have revealed that the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 is going to have model number SM-N935. For the sake of comparison, the original Galaxy Note 7 had model number SM-N930. The SM-N935 has been spotted at the Wi-Fi Alliance for its certification.
The listing shows that the handset is running Android 7.0 Nougat which isn’t a surprise given that it’s highly likely that Samsung will launch it with Nougat. The certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance is normally an indication that an impending device’s launch is not that far off.