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2019-05-25 16:01:58

The top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reason

The iPhone XS costs $1,000, and that's totally fine — as long as there are cheaper options that are a hair away from being just as good.Hollis Johnson/Business Insider

Top smartphones from the biggest companies like Apple and Samsung used to cost around $650, but now they cost $1,000.And that's totally fine, because those smartphone companies also now offer cheaper versions of their top smartphones.There's a common misconception that cheaper is worse, but that's simply not true.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Just three years ago, in 2016, top smartphones like the iPhone 6S and the Galaxy S7 had a starting price tag of around $650.

Then, in 2017, Apple introduced the $1,000 iPhone X. Smartphones from other companies also raised their prices, but nothing was close to Apple's $1,000 asking price for the iPhone X.

Fast-forward to 2019, and most premium flagship devices cost $900 or more.

And you know what? That's totally fine. 

Here's why:

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The top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reasonThe top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reason

The top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reason

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The top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reason

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Top smartphones from the biggest companies like Apple and Samsung used to cost around $650, but now they cost $1,000. And that's totally fine, because those smartphone companies also now offer cheaper versions of their top smartphones. There's a common misconception that cheaper is worse, but that's simply not true. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Just three years ago, in 2016, top smartphones like the iPhone 6S and the Galaxy S7 had a starting price tag of around $650. Then, in 2017, Apple introduced the $1,000 iPhone X. Smartphones from other companies also raised their prices, but nothing was close to Apple's $1,000 asking price for the iPhone X. Fast-forward to 2019, and most premium flagship devices cost $900 or more. And you know what? That's totally fine.  Here's why:

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The top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reasonThe top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reason

The top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reason

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The top smartphones from Apple and Samsung have gotten way too expensive, but I'm OK with it for one key reason

2019-05-25T15:36:00+02:00

2019-05-25T15:37:03+02:00

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Top smartphones from the biggest companies like Apple and Samsung used to cost around $650, but now they cost $1,000. And that's totally fine, because those smartphone companies also now offer cheaper versions of their top smartphones. There's a common misconception that cheaper is worse, but that's simply not true. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Just three years ago, in 2016, top smartphones like the iPhone 6S and the Galaxy S7 had a starting price tag of around $650. Then, in 2017, Apple introduced the $1,000 iPhone X. Smartphones from other companies also raised their prices, but nothing was close to Apple's $1,000 asking price for the iPhone X. Fast-forward to 2019, and most premium flagship devices cost $900 or more. And you know what? That's totally fine.  Here's why:

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