A new set of renders shown off by prolific leaker Evan Blass give us a look at what we may expect from the upcoming Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, which are expected to be revealed at Mobile World Congress in February.
In the renders above, we can see a similar design language as 2015's Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. The most obvious changes look to be taller fingerprint sensors, and the corners of each device look to be a bit more rounded. Blass also provided another set of renders (seen below) giving us a head-on look at both devices. While there's not much more to note in these renders, eagle-eyed readers may notice the date on the screen, which happens to be the day before Mobile World Congress begins.
According to previous rumors, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are said to pack larger batteries than their predecessors, possibly bumping up to 3000mAh and 3600mAh, respectively. Inside, the devices are said to be powered by Samsung's own Exynos 8 Octa processor and 4GB of RAM. It's possible we may see Snapdragon 820 variants in some regions, however. Finally, the S7 and S7 edge are said to also herald the return of the microSD card slot on Samsung's flagships.
As with all leaked renders, it's best to take these with a big grain of salt. However, we'll know much more once Samsung takes the wraps off of its next set of flagships.