Yesterday, we got a look at the Galaxy S7 Active in a questionable gold color scheme. Thankfully, it seems Samsung will also offer a much more attractive green version of the rumored rugged smartphone. A fresh leak makes the camouflage-inspired design looks pretty nice.

The image comes from Galaxy Club, a Dutch site focused on Samsung news, and shows the green Galaxy S7 Active from the front and back. Aside from the alternate colors, the design is pretty much the same, with thick rubber bumpers and textured physical buttons in front. The green camo pattern gives the phone a cool look in back and fits with rumors that the company could offer military-grade durability.

Interestingly, this Galaxy S7 Active render is missing the AT&T branding that’s appeared on earlier leaks. It’s possible the device could be headed to Europe and other countries besides the U.S., where AT&T typically has an exclusive on the Active series.

Samsung’s new phone is expected to pack a 5.5-inch display, a Snapdragon 820 processor, a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter and 4GB of RAM. Basically, it’s the Galaxy S7 Edge with a flat screen and an extra-durable design.

If that sounds like your dream device, then stay tuned; we’re expecting the Galaxy S7 Active to arrive any day now.