Grey Galaxy S7 Edge render, gold S7 pics keep the stream of leaks going

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You’ve seen #TheNextGalaxy manhandled in black, as well as rendered in both black and gold, then again from behind in black, and while that should be enough to paint pretty reliable pictures in your heads as far as multiple prospective shades go, why struggle to imagine things when you can take a closer look at the real deal?

Besides, we’re still more than ten days away from the highly anticipated formal introductions of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, and these latest visual leaks are bound to help pass the time.

Basically, we know everything there is to know about the internals of the two phones, their screens and cameras, even optional accessories, so yeah, a render and a couple of pics sound like the most interesting things that can transpire nowadays.

The high-quality, press-friendly render of the dual-curved model tweeted by @evleaks on Tuesday shows the 5.5-inch flagship in a grey or silver coat of paint that may well replace the “white pearl” GS6 flavor.

Galaxy S7 gold

Meanwhile, a pair of live images starring the flat 5.1-incher (or perhaps a dummy unit) come from French publication Nowhere Else today, and shine the spotlight again on the glitzy gold variant that will follow in the footsteps of last year’s gold platinum models.

Predictably enough, all three Galaxy S7 illustrations fall perfectly in line with older exposés of this nature, further confirming slimmer rear camera humps and few other aesthetic changes. Oh, yeah, and the February 21 announcement date is highlighted with little subtlety.

Sources: Twitter, Nowhere Else

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