These days, phone makers seem to be in a hurry to slap $1,000 price tags on their latest flagship phones. But Google maintains some measure of pricing restraint with its new Pixel 3. The latest Pixel’s price tag may be a $150 increase over the price of the Pixel 2, but the new phone still costs $799 — certainly not inexpensive, but not as costly as the other phones in its class.
Apple, not exactly known for offering discounts on its hardware, has a relatively-inexpensive-for-its-class device of its own in the $749 iPhone XR.
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