A promotional image of Samsung's rumoured Galaxy S7 active has surfaced online, revealing that the device might come in a new colour option.
Twitter spy, Evan Blass (@evleaks) has posted a gold-hued Galaxy S7 active image, which he claims will be called "desert camo". The moniker seems apt for a phone series known for its rugged all-weather durable features.
The image shows the phone's front panel featuring three physical buttons (back, home and recent). The company has strategically placed hard rubber-based bumps on all four corners for additional protection, while the rest of the edges look smooth.
On the back, it houses a square camera module with LED flash beside it. Just below the snapper, we see the AT&T logo engraved and further down is carved "Galaxy S7 active."
The date on the device's display says June 10, suggesting it may get unveiled next month.
This is in line with the launch patterns of the previous Galaxy S active series, and the image coming from the ever-reliable Evan Blass has led many to believe this to be a real deal.
Samsung Galaxy S7 active: What we know so far
The Galaxy S7 active, internally known as "Samsung Poseidon," is expected to boast a sturdy polycarbonate cover with shock-proof and IP67 water-resistant and dust-proof certification. It will also be able to survive extreme temperatures, humidity and high altitude.
As far as internal hardware is concerned, the rugged Galaxy S7 active model is said to feature the same specifications as seen inside the original Galaxy S7 model, but may come with additional battery capacity.
Stay tuned for more updates.