The first Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge renders that leaked in late January seem to have opened the floodgates, as we’ve seen several more leaked images since then. Today we’ve got a few more to add to the pile.
First up, two photos that claim to show a dummy Galaxy S7 in gold have been shared by Pisapapeles. The dummy looks similar to the GS7s that we’ve seen in past leaks, packing a home button that’s slightly tweaked from the GS6 and a back with slightly curved edges. The GS7’s rear camera is also expected to be near-flush with its backside, not protruding out like on the GS6, but it’s tough to tell if that’s the case on this dummy unit because of the angle at which the photo was taken.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 10, 2016
Meanwhile, Evan Blass has shared a render of a silver Galaxy S7 edge. The color looks similar to the Silver Titanium version of the Galaxy Note 5 that Samsung launched in South Korea last year.
While these leaked images don’t really show us any new details about the Galaxy S7 or S7 edge hardware, they do give us a peek at a couple of the other colors that Samsung’s next Android flagships could don when they officially launch. Past leaks have also shown that dark blue/black GS7 and GS7 edge models will be sold, and judging by Samsung’s past Galaxy S phones, we could see white versions of the GS7 and GS7 edge as well.