LG’s V10 was one of last year’s best surprises, offering a wonderful design and a very helpful second screen; it was impressively executed and proved that just because an idea is old doesn’t mean it’s bad. The company is back with a sequel, and it looks every bit as good as the V10, with some key improvements.

The first thing you need to know about the V20 is that it’s constructed from aluminum, giving it a more premium look and feel. By no means was last year’s design bad; it had a more rugged look and feel but it didn’t look quite as premium as the competition. Now, the V20 looks more like the G5—the volume buttons have even been moved to the side.

Second, the phone is the first to sport Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. It still comes with LG’s own customizations on top (LG UX 5.0+), but users will get the latest Android has to offer, making the V20 one of the market’s top phones. Couple the latest OS with a Snapdragon 820 chip and 4GB of RAM, and you have yourself a screamer.

While we didn’t get to spend a huge amount of time with the V20, it seemed lightning quick and wonderfully balanced. You’d expect that from a device with top-of-the-line specs and the latest version of Android. Combine that with LG’s Second Screen feature, and the V20 becomes one of the market’s most unique devices.

Check out the video above for a more in-depth hands-on with the LG V20. We are only just becoming acquainted with the new flagship but we can tell you right now that it’s certainly an exciting proposition.