Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is one of the most sought-after Samsung flagships in 2016. The phone has been hailed as the best-designed handset of the year, with some experts claiming that this title might stand for quite some time.
This aspect has been reflected in the fact that the company has already unveiled a Batman Edition of the phone dubbed Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition. To add to this growing list of Samsung Galaxy S7 variants that now include the standard 5.1-inch variant, a Galaxy S7 Active, a Galaxy S7 Edge, an Injustice Edition of the S7 Edge, the Korean company is reportedly working on a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Olympic Edition.
This is not the first time news of a Galaxy S7 Edge Olympic Edition is showing up. The story appeared on Samsung-centric website Sam Mobile a few months ago and it has now re-emerged just weeks before the onset of the Rio 2016 Olympics. Of course, Samsung is a global partner for the event, something that would pose as a great opportunity to sell the new edition of the S7 Edge.
The new leak comes in courtesy of serial leaker Evan Blass and according to the images, the new Galaxy S7 Edge Olympic Edition will come in black with yellow trims as far as the home button and speaker are concerned. You will also come across a blue trim around the heart rate monitor and camera sensor. Just like the Injustice Edition, the Olympics Edition of the Galaxy S7 Edge will come with an Olympics logo at the back of the phone, which will reportedly appear in blue color.
Expect nothing to change as far as specs under the hood are concerned, including the general hardware configuration of the phone. Like the standard Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the Olympics Edition will still pack a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED Always-On display screen with QHD resolution. On the inside, the phone will probably carry the Exynos 8890 SoC, 4GB RAM and 32GB of expandable onboard storage.
Like its initial releases, the company is believed to be planning to bundle a Gear VR headset with the Galaxy S7 Edge Olympics Edition just so as to give fans the chance to enjoy the games in a VR environment.