How old phones became the cool, good phones in 2022technology

How old phones became the cool, good phones in 2022

Smartphones have never been more expensive. As prices have crept steadily north of $1,000 (with some notable holdouts), the global economy has cratered. You want shiny new tech to replace an old but failing device, but you simply can't afford it. Contents The old thing is now the cheap thingThe old thing is now the good thingThe old thing gives you more options The trick is, you don't have to. Though companies may stop making new stock, there's value in getting what was once the new thing. That value has been growing over the past few years as the gap between generations thins to the point of non-existence and even regression in some cases. Purchasing older products has now gone from strictly a cost-savings measure to a smart decision if you play your cards right. The old thing is now the cheap thing With that said, cost savings remain an excellent motive for buying older products. Take the Google Pixel 6 as an example. If you peek carefully in specialty refurbished shops like Back Market, MusicMagpie, or even the Amazon Renewed store, you'll find it for cheaper than the Pixel 6a's asking price. The Pixel 6 may have its problems, but it's a superior device to the Pixel 6a. The same extends across the board to other mainstream manufacturers.

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