Samsung announced the brand new Galaxy S6 on Sunday evening during Mobile World Congress. We had a chance to bring you a hands-on with the device, but now we’re back with a video comparing this year’s flagship versus last year’s Galaxy S5. There are a ton of changes.

First, Samsung’s design improved greatly. You’ll find the plastic borders on the Galaxy S5 have been replaced by a metal unibody design. There’s also now a large 5.1-inch Quad HD display, far sharper than last year’s model, a speaker that’s 1.5x louder, a less bloated version of TouchWiz, improved camera optics on both the front and the back, support for Samsung Pay and more. This is a huge jump by all accounts.

Sure, last year’s model has some benefits, like the removable battery and microSD card slot, both of which aren’t available on the Galaxy S6, but overall we think Samsung fans are going to like what they see. Check out the video above for a closer look.