Lo and behold, the Galaxy S7 is arriving very soon, if the barrage of leaks and tips about it is any indication. The handset is coded as SM-G930 internally, and will potentially arrive accompanied by an "edge" version with the internal reference SM-G935 (last year's numbers for the S6 and S6 edge were SM-G920 and SM-G925, respectively). Those two number have now appeared in the database of the Indonesian certification body, hinting that they are ready for the spotlight in the not-so-distant future.
On a similar note, our own certification body here in the US, the FCC, has rubberstamped two cases that look conspicuously like coming out of Samsung's famed View Cover line, and has marked them EF-NG930 and NG935, respectively. We already heard that Samsung is prepping the usual batch of official accessories for the Galaxy S7 (not that it would be any surprise), and yet the FCC certification is another confirmation that the new Samsung flagship will be arriving with its full entourage very soon. The cases' description states an "LED View Cover", though, so you can expect a whole bunch of shining dots at the front to form a display of the time, date, and other tidbits while the case is closed.