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New Samsung Galaxy S7 edge renders show three color variants, front and rear sides

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New Samsung Galaxy S7 edge renders show three color variants, front and rear sides
We're still about a week away from Samsung's grand MWC 2016 event (where the company will officially announce its brand new Galaxy S7 series of smartphones), and yet we already know a lot about the upcoming handsets. What's more, we've seen various images showing both the Galaxy S7, and the Galaxy S7 edge. In case you haven't had enough, or you have any doubts about the authenticity of the previously leaked images, a new set of renders was published today, this time only showing the Galaxy S7 edge (which reportedly sports a 5.5-inch display, thus being larger than the regular S7, which should have a 5.1-inch screen).

The new renders - revealed by @evleaks - show three color variants of the Galaxy S7 edge (front and rear sides): black, silver, and gold. As mentioned plenty of times before, the S7 edge looks a lot like last year's Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, though there are some subtle changes, including the fact that the new smartphone seems to have a more rounded back.

Just like the Galaxy S7, the Galaxy S7 edge could be released around the world on March 11. Prices for the S7 edge might start at $799 - $100 higher than prices for the regular S7. It's said that the Galaxy S7 series will bring plenty of improvements over the S6 family, including dust- and water-resistance, microSD card support, superior cameras, and larger batteries (3000 mAh for the S7, and 3600 mAh for the S7 edge). To find out more about Samsung's next flagship smartphones, check out our Galaxy S7 rumor review. And let us know which Galaxy S7 edge color variant you like best, okay?


source: @evleaks

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