Samsung's newest Android flagships will be unveiled later this month - but by the time they make their official debut, there may not be any surprises left. The Galaxy S7 made its first photographic appearance earlier this week, followed closely by a snap of its new sister handset, the Galaxy S7 edge.
Now, there's another new image of the latter device to stare at, courtesy of Evan Blass (better known as serial leakster @evleaks).
No surprises there - we already knew that Samsung wasn't planning to rock the boat too much with the new handsets, with relatively few design differences over their predecessors.
Last month, Evan also revealed numerous key details of the specs of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, many of which have apparently been corroborated in more recent leaks from other sources.
One such detail was the inclusion of an 'Always On Display', a term for which Samsung submitted a trademark application last week. That could cause a few headaches for LG, which is apparently using the same terminology for its new G5 flagship. Both Samsung and LG will unveil their new handsets on the same day, February 21, in Barcelona, just ahead of Mobile World Congress 2016.