While Samsung has enjoyed a ton of popularity thanks to its solid handsets with great specs, in recent years the company has come under fire for its less-than-premium designs. Thankfully, Samsung went back to the drawing board with the Galaxy S6, ditching the plastic designs found on its predecessors and making the move to a stunning new metal and glass aesthetic. It isn’t just the outer design that saw a makeover with the Galaxy S6, however. The Lollipop-powered TouchWiz software on the GS6 also has been dialed back considerably, resulting in a much more optimized and smooth experience. Topping it all off, the GS6 has plenty of power thanks to its 64-bit Exynos 7420 processor paired with 3GB RAM.