There are less than two weeks to go until Mobile World Congress opens its doors in Barcelona and Samsung hosts its Samsung Unpacked conference, so we can fully expect the leaks on what we hope to see there to come thick and fast now.

Today's is another press image of the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, supplied by @evleaks through his Twitter account. And if it's anything to go by, the silver edition will be a mightily handsome phone, that's for sure.

The Galaxy S7 edge is expected to be unveiled in Barcelona alongside a regular Samsung Galaxy S7. However, a much rumoured SGS7 edge+ is looking a little shakier, with reports previously suggesting that Samsung would rather bring the Galaxy Note 6 to the UK, most likely in the autumn.

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Evan Blass' latest leaked image matches plenty of others he's released in the last couple of weeks, so is likely to be genuine - at least in comparison. Like many Samsung phones over the years, it is expected to come in a number of different colours at launch.

There have been plenty of specifications rumours over the last few weeks - months even - but current thinking is that the Galaxy S7 edge will have 5.5-inch Quad HD screen, run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and have 4GB of RAM.

It's release date is currently suggested to be 11 March.