Yet more images of the Samsung Galaxy S7 appear to have leaked, and while they don't reveal anything radically new, they do appear to confirm what we think we know about the device's specs ahead of its launch this August.
Shortly after Samsung sent out invites to the Note 7's launch on August 2 – and yes, we now know it's definitely going to be called the Note 7 – French blogger Steve Hemmerstoffer of @onleaks fame tweeted out a snap of the phablet from his personal account along with a link to his website.
The latest batch of photos appear to be gleaned from Weibo once more, and depict a device similar to what we think we'll see catwalked next month.
There's some pretty curved edges wrapping around the screen, it looks roughly the size of the 5.7-inch mobile we're expecting, and the screen is seemingly sharp in line with rumours of a 2560x1440 pixel display.
Check out the best of the snaps below.
Other rumoured specs of the Galaxy Note 7 include a Snapdragon 821 processor with up to 6GB of RAM, a hearty 3,600mAh battery, an Iris scanner, and a 12-megapixel primary camera.
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