If there was any tidbit of information remaining to have been written down, covering all aspects of the Samsung Galaxy S7, it would have been this.
Last week popular leakster Evan Blass gave us a good glimpse at the front and rear panels of the much-aniticpated 2016 flagships, in a number of different colours. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was shown in all its glory and with the options of gold, silver and black. Fans may recollect that the Samsung Galaxy S7 variant was only depicted in shades of gold and black. Now, much to the delight of Samsung loyalists Blass posted another render of the Galaxy S7 on his Twitter account but this time, the handset appeared to be in silver.
Good news: the regular Galaxy S7 in silver, too. pic.twitter.com/qEfjGwNz6l
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 18, 2016
However, it cannot be said with absolute certainty whether these will be the only colour options in the lineup. The official launch may reveal another shade or two added in the mix. Well, with the launch just around the corner we will know soon enough.
But it has been confirmed by an official teaser showing off an upcoming device, which is widely expected to be the Galaxy S7, that the handset happens to be waterproof and will extend support for wireless charging. It cannot be denied that the piece of technology sure does look beautiful. Other speculated specs on the Samsung Galaxy S7 include, a 5.1-inch 1440 x 2560 display, a Snapdragon 820 chipset or an Exynos 8890 processor with 4GB RAM and a 12MP primary snapper.
For those not tin the know, the pricing on the Samsung 2016 flagships had also been circulating the web. The price tags on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge read out to be $1,090 (£544) and $1,269 (£622), as noted by Sam Mobile. The Samsung handsets will be introduced this Sunday, February 21 at the Mobile World Congress 2016.