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Spoiler alert: Galaxy S7 renders pop up, show front and back in two different colors

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Spoiler alert: Galaxy S7 renders pop up, show front and back in two different colors
Hours ago, serial leakster @evleaks posted full marketing renders of the upcoming Galaxy S7 edge, showing the curvy handset's front and back in three different colors – silver, gold, and black. If you are no fan of Samsung's edgy variant, however, fret not, as a followup post now gives us the same look, though only in gold and black.

Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are about to be officially announced on the 21st of February and showcased at the MWC superevent which will take place in the days after. According to retail leaks, the first production models will ship on the 11th of March, and anyone who pre-orders one of the new Galaxies between the 21st of February and 10th of March will also get a free set of Samsung Gear VR virtual reality goggles.

There's plenty of reasons to get excited about Sammy's new flagships. According to leaks and rumors, the new phones will look similar to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, with slight changes, such as a nicely curved back (a-la Note 5), a magnesium frame, a purported 2-day battery life, an impressive camera upgrade, possible waterproofing, and even the return of microSD card slots. How much of this is reality, of course, remains to be seen, which makes the wait that much more intense.

As far as the expected colors – we are pretty sure Samsung will have a couple of more shiny finishes up its sleeve, maybe even some exclusive colors, like the Emerald Green on the S6 edge, and Blue Topaz on the S6, and who knows – a limited edition, like the Iron Man Galaxy S6 edge, may pop up further down the road as well.


source: @evleaks

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