Looks like by the time Samsung would unveil the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge at the Unpacked event later this month, there would be no surprises about the phones. Thanks to a plethora of leaks and rumors, we already know almost everything about the upcoming Galaxy S line devices. Earlier this week, we saw live photos of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. And now, a SamMobile forum poster has leaked the official set of wallpapers from the new phones.

Galaxy S7 Wallpapers Leaked; Download Them Here

Galaxy S7 wallpapers in two different resolutions

You can download the wallpapers here (login required). A total of 13 have been posted, and each of them looks legit. They are similar in design to wallpapers on last year’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5. These wallpapers are designed to go with the gold, silver, white, and black color options of the phones themselves. SamMobile says its forum member J.K. Shine obtained the wallpapers from the official Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge firmware that he had access to.

It’s a bit odd that the wallpapers have two different resolutions: 2240×2240 and 2560×2560 pixels. Separately, WinFuture has leaked the official accessories of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Most of them are similar to what Samsung offered with its last year’s flagship phones. But there are a few additions such as a Backpack Case that features a 2700mAh battery and a wireless charging kit.

Galaxy S7 to hit the stores next month

There are also several leather-backed and standard clear cases, along with a keyboard cover. Both the upcoming phones have passed through the US FCC certification website. Samsung is said to make the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge available in the US and European markets on March 11. Both the upcoming devices would look similar in appearance to the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

The Galaxy S7 will reportedly feature a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display while the S7 Edge will have a 5.5-inch screen. Both phones are rumored to come with 4GB RAM, a microSD card slot, Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890 processor depending on the region, a 12-megapixel main camera with BRITECELL sensor, and a USB Type-C port.