Samsung unveiled the latest version of its flagship Galaxy line of phones on Sunday.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 has a similar look to the S8. The biggest differences between the two seem to lie in the S9’s camera, which lets users take better quality pictures in low-lit settings, and includes a slow motion feature with a frame rate of 960 frames per second.

The phone debuted a form of augmented reality (AR) to compete with that of Apple’s iPhone X. It’s called AR Emoji, and it allows users to take a selfie and turn the picture into an emoji that they can customize.

The S9 comes in two versions: the S9, which has a 5.8-inch display, and the S9+, which has a 6.2-inch display.

The phone is available for pre-order, and will be released in March.

Price: The S9 will cost 849 euros ($1,047) and the S9+ will cost 949 euros ($1,170).