Remarkably, there's only a month to go before Samsung is set to unveil its latest flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 7.

Many reports have a launch event pegged for 2 August - a departure from the pre-IFA Unpacked press conference Samsung usually hosts. And that means you can expect the rumour mill to be even more fervent in the next four to five weeks.

For starters, we now have a very good idea of what the phone looks like, front and back.

Not only was an alleged front panel of the Note 7 snapped in the wild last week, but serial rumour meister @evleaks has posted claimed press images of the front and rear of the device - in three separate colours to boot.

If genuine, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will come in at least silver, black and blue initially - or Silver Titanium, Black Onyx and Blue Coral, in Samsung-style naming convention. It has the dual-edge screen many other leaks have similarly suggested. And it looks similar to the Galaxy S7 Edge, as widely believed.

Strangely, the images do not match the leaked front panel from before, with fewer top-ranged holes. There is one additional sensor hole, which could be the much discussed iris scanner, but these pictures do not match other leaks in that regard.

Considering @evleaks' track history in these matters, it does throw into doubt former leaks, but then that is the nature of these things. We won't find out for sure until 2 August... er... probably.