Alcatel introduced its Idol 3 smartphone(s) during Mobile World Congress 2015. Technically it’s one brand but two devices, including a 4.7-inch model and a 5.5-inch model that will carry the exact same name. We had a chance to check both of them out during our time in Barcelona, and walked away really impressed given the prices of both.

Alcatel included great looking displays on the phones, at least they certainly looked that way during our time with the devices. The larger of the two packs a 1080p screen while its smaller brethren had a 720p display, which is plenty sharp given the size.

The 5.5-inch Idol 3 is equipped with an octa-core Snadpragon 615 processor, while the 4.7-inch version packs a quad-core chip, and both seemed to handle Alcatel’s homemade UI relatively well, though there was some choppiness at certain points. You can hold the phone upside down, for example, and the display will automatically reorient itself, though with a bit of what appears to be processor lag.

Taking the price point into consideration, however — about $250 for the larger model and $200 for the smaller one — the phones are super impressive, especially considering that you’re getting 13-megapixel cameras, front-facing speakers and bright, clear screens on both.

Sure, they’re not as powerful as other options such as the OnePlus One, but they’re also going to be widely available through Amazon, even with Amazon Prime, and cost much less.

Check out the video for a quick walkthrough, we can’t wait for these to hit the market in the U.S. in the coming weeks.