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It's essentially confirmed now - the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be at least water-resistant, if not outright waterproof.
Not only will the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge pack larger internal batteries than their predecessors, but they'll also come with dedicated power banks.
Forget the Galaxy S7 Plus and S7 Edge+. The standard, flat Samsung Galaxy S7 is most likely set to be joined to market by an S7 Edge and only an S7 Edge.
It's practically etched in stone - the standard, flat Samsung Galaxy S7 will measure 5.1 inches in diagonal, while the S7 Edge sizes up at 5.5 inches.
The most plausible rumor regarding the Samsung Galaxy S7 now calls for just one flat version, plus a duo of Edge flavors, including a phablet-sized one.
There might still be a "small" 5.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge model in the pipeline after all, fitted with 4GB RAM, and 12 and 5MP cameras.
At least one Samsung Galaxy S7 model could measure 5.7 inches in diagonal, according to a fresh rumor, and sport an oddly mediocre-sounding 12MP rear cam.
Rather than two options, the latest Galaxy S7 size rumors are now pointing to a trio of screen sizes for Samsung's next flagship.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 should Xerox the S6's height and width while offering a bit of extra screen real estate, while the S7 Edge is considerably larger.
Take a look at some of the latest rumored Galaxy S7 case pics to arrive, and hear about the likely contenders for the phone's launch date.
Fresh speculation out of Korea points to a couple, not a quartet of Samsung Galaxy S7 configurations, with flat 5.2 and edgy 5.5-inch screens respectively.
A fresh set of leaked protective accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Plus seems to confirm speculation of largely familiar designs.
If these Galaxy S7 renders are accurate, it doesn't look like a lot is changing for next year's Samsung flagship.