von Bloh, ****z, Schroeder, Bounama & Franck claim that initially cold 10 ME "super-Earths" orbiting Sun-like stars going through their RGB phase may experience periods of habitability. The further the planet orbits from the star, the shorter its period of habitability. For example, at 2 AU the period is 3.7 Ga, but at 5 AU it is only 0.1 Ga. More massive and watery planets are more suited to this transition to habitability than smaller, dryer worlds because they retain their internal heat and atmospheric CO2 longer. No planet or satellite in the solar system fits the bill.
I am rather dubious about this paper because it makes some assumptions that smack of a will to believe.