We’re constantly told to buy more expensive electronics, and that’s great.
The reason we buy more is because the technology is good.
But we’ve been told that buying a better product is a bad idea.
The latest example is Marshalls new smartphone, the M4.
This $100 smartphone has a 13-megapixel camera, a Snapdragon 835 processor, and the Snapdragon 800.
All of these specs are good, but we’re being told they are not a good fit for a user who is just looking to make the most of the device.
If we want to make our phones more powerful, we’ll need to spend a lot more money.
As the tech industry has matured, so has the market for the latest smartphone features and performance.
There are many people who love their smartphones, but for many people, they’re not powerful enough to make a big difference in the way we live our lives.
That’s why we need to start asking questions like these: Why are so many people spending money on expensive smartphones?
What does the future hold for phones that are barely powerful enough for everyday use?
Why are people buying the cheapest phones out there?
Why is the price of the latest iPhone going up, and why are many consumers getting locked into these devices?
These are all questions that will only be answered with more research and data.
What we do know is that we are increasingly spending money to make phones that we don’t need or enjoy.
But are the benefits worth the cost?