Samsung Galaxy S7 And Galaxy S7 Edge Leak In Press Renders
Thanks to a new pair of leaks by Evan Blass (@evleaks) possible first press renders of the new devices have surfaced. Look, but not without some degree of skepticism for there is at least one questionable detail to be gleaned:
Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge leak in press renders
So what next, you wonder? That would be a couple of leaked official press renders, of course. They show a previously unseen color version, which is probably the result of Samsung wanting to bring the oh-so-popular 'gold' hue to its line of rugged devices. The result, though, may not immediately be thought of as 'gold' by most people.
It definitely seems like not a day can go by without some new leaks about the upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, which Samsung is going to make official this Sunday, on February 21. And today isn't an exception. First off, we can now show you the Galaxy S7 in silver - this was a color that hasn't previously been leaked in a press render. If you click on the thumbnail below, you'll be taken to the full resolution shot. And to the right of the vanilla S7 we can see yet another live image portraying the black Galaxy S7 edge, with its curved screen front and center.
The seasoned leakster Evan Blass has tweeted the press render of the Galaxy S7 edge, which shows the device in grey color (though it could also be silver). The new image shows the device with the same wallpaper that leaked through our forums yesterday. The image also confirms February 21 as the official launch date of the device.
Prolific leaker Evan Blass once again leaked some renders of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge ahead of Mobile World Congress event. This new leak reveals the color options we will likely see with this year's flagships. The leaked renders shows that the Galaxy S7 will be available in black and gold whereas the Galaxy S7 edge will be available in silver, black and gold. These color options will be widely available, but then Samsung is known to offer more choice when it comes to colors in some markets.
Soon after posting press renders of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Evan Blass aka @evleaks, one of the most reliable phone tipsters, has now shared renders of the Galaxy S7 showing the handset in different colours. In other leak, the Galaxy S7 Edge has been leaked in live images purportedly showing the front of the device. Additionally, a Korean report has claimed that Samsung may be working on a Batman vs Superman movie inspired special edition variant of the Galaxy S7 Edge. Lastly, a Korean Business publication has claimed that the Samsung has ramped up display productions for the dual-edge curved Galaxy S7 Edge, taking hints from last year demand of the Galaxy S6 Edge.