This is our first in-the-flesh look at the Android handsets in hand, and what we’re seeing today matches previous leaks and renders.
The first image comes from Vietnamese site Review Dao, reportedly picturing the back of the 32GB Galaxy S7 model.
While it doesn’t reveal too much of the new phone, it does fall in line with previous enders leaked last week, showing curvy edges and a flatter camera bump.
The report also claims Galaxy S7 will have two processor variants in the form of the Exynos 8890 and new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip.
An edgy glimpse?
The second image comes from Chinese microblogging site Weibo user JKwan, claiming to give us a front-facing look of the Galaxy S7 Edge and it’s curved screen.
It shows the S7 Edge, which was accidentally confirmed by Samsung last week, running a benchmark app that lists the device as SM-G9350 and scores 134,704 points.
This photo also lines up with the previous image, depicting a similar look and design for the new S7 line.
Unfortunately, the two images don’t reveal what the handset is hiding inside, but it is expected to carry an IP67 rating for dust and water-resistance, something that was missing in last year’s flagship line.
We won’t have to wait much longer to get all the official news, however, as Samsung is expected to announce both handsets at its Galaxy Unpacked event on February 21, just ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.