The information comes from yet another rumor originating in the Asian supply chain.
Google's carrier starts a referral program that can net you Google Play credit, Fi credit, or even a trip to the Google HQ in California.
The code's been around since last month, and it still works for the cheaper 4GB+64GB version of the device too.
The first wave of content will be higher-end than what's on YouTube, but not TV show-level.
Google Instant launched in 2010, but now that most searches are performed on mobile devices it doesn't make sense to keep it around.
These Chinese companies, together with Gionee and Lenovo, control over 50% of the Indian smartphone market.
The document details the Screen Assure Offer, a free screen replacement program.
That would be a massive upgrade over the Snapdragon 430 of the K6 Note - two Cortex-A72 cores on top!
Overall shipments fell 3%, Oppo and Vivo trail behind Huawei, while Xiaomi leaps over Apple at fourth.
This version will be limited to South Korea (and perhaps China) at launch.
Support of the platform will stop in 2020 and artists are advised to migrate to any of the new formats.
That's double what the current USB 3.1 Gen 2 can do, but it could be a while before it reaches the market.
Previously GFXBench pointed to a Snapdragon 630 chipset instead.
The render also reveals a vertically aligned dual rear-camera setup.