If Evan Blass from @evleaks is to be believed, then we finally have two images that depict the upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. One cannot deny the fact that the images do look like they have been edited here and there. Nonetheless, we must admit that the "leaked" images look very realistic, even if they turn out to be just conceptualizations based on 2015's S6 series.
The first thing that catches the eye when looking at the two images is the dark themed wallpaper. The dark wallpaper looks classy and if we see this in the actual S7 instead of the usual bright wallpapers that Samsung uses with its devices, it would be a welcome change. Next, the home buttons on both the devices seem to be less rounded when compared to current gen smartphones in the series. Displays on both the phones show the date to be February 21, which is unofficially confirmed as the launch date for the Galaxy S7 line up.
If the images bear real similarities with the original S7, then it can be concluded that Samsung is sticking with more or less the same design as last year, but boosting the internals to keep up with the latest hardware and software changes. We have heard enough rumors to know that many fans are expecting the S7 to be water-resistant, and we think that the chances of that happening are not that bad either. Perhaps the two most missed features in the S6 were its mediocre battery life and exclusion of a microSD card slot. The S7 is rumoured to solve both the problems by adding an expansion slot and providing a larger battery. Hopefully, we will get more of our wishes fulfilled in less than a month from now.