Samsung is planning on showing off its next smartphones on February 21, but because the Internet exists, so we’re already seeing what those devices will probably look like long before Samsung gets around to stepping on a stage and making its announcement.
The cycle continues with new glimpses of what we should expect to see later this month. First, from Pisapapeles, showing off what is believed to be a dummy unit for the Galaxy S7. The image isn’t the clearest, but it does seem to show off a gold-hued Galaxy S7. We can see a slightly redesigned home button on the front, but the angle of the image doesn’t help us discern if that camera hump on the back is reduced at all.
Second, a new image promoted by Evan Blass, aka @evleaks, that shows a render of a gray Galaxy S7 edge. It’s the same color, it would seem, that Samsung debuted with the Galaxy Note 5 in South Korea last year, called Silver Titanium. Apparently it must have been a hit, because it appears Samsung is bringing the shade back.
What do you think of the color schemes? Do you plan on picking up a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge?