Leaks and rumours about the Samsung Galaxy S7 - and its heavily rumoured Edge sibling – have been heating up in recent weeks. A lot of it is spurious, but evidence pointing to the phones' screen sizes is looking more solid.
Import data from India, called Zauba, picked up both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge as they entered the country on a South Korea shipment.
The documentation includes prototype names of SM-G930 and SM-G935 with screen sizes of 5.1-inch for what we believe is the Galaxy S7, and 5.5-inch for the Galaxy S7 Edge.
It matches up with previous rumours we've seen, and these official channels usually show what is set to come.
The documents show that the devices have only just got to India for testing purposes, but hopefully it's all on schedule.
Here we didn't get a better look at the spec, but we're expecting an Exynos 8890 processor, 12MP camera and 4GB of RAM.
As for a release date, we anticipate Samsung will keep to its normal schedule and announce something at Mobile World Congress at the end of February.