With the Galaxy S6 set to debut in just a few short weeks, Samsung is already starting to promote the new device. Earlier this week, the company promised an amazing new camera, and now it’s offering up a video teaser for “the Next Galaxy.”

Again, Samsung seems to be focusing on the camera in its upcoming flagship phone. The 17-second video, embedded in the Tweet above, promises “great vision” and a “unique view,” before offering what looks like a clear outline of the upgraded lens. Based on recent leaks, we’re expecting a 20-megapixel shooter, along with some impressive new photo-taking software.

The Galaxy S6 is also rumored to offer a 5.1-inch Quad HD display, a 5-megapixel rear camera, 3GB of RAM and Samsung’s 64-bit Exynos 7420 processor. We’ve also heard reports suggesting it could sport a new touch-based fingerprint reader, a new payment app and interchangeable superpower-enabling back covers. Samsung’s expected reveal the Galaxy S6 Edge at the same time, offering similar specs with a three-sided curved-glass display.

Samsung is all but confirmed to announce the Galaxy S6 next month at Mobile World Congress, with a big press event already set for March 1. We’ll be covering the entire thing live, though we have a feeling this isn’t the last time the company plans to tease its new phone ahead of the official unveiling.