In news that probably doesn’t surprise many, the average price of an Android device is now about half that of an iPhone, and the gap is only widening. One thing that bugs me is that iPhone enthusiasts always claim that Android are for people that can’t afford iPhone’s. Yes, there are a plethora of cheap Android devices, and you can thank companies like Samsung that flood the market with low-end Android devices, but having the option to purchase one is never a bad thing. Android certainly has its fair share of top-tier and expensive devices, but at the same time you can get great cheap devices for a fraction of the price of a high-end Android phone or even an iPhone.
The likes of the Nexus 5, Moto X and Moto G have certainly re-defined the definition of a budget smartphone with its great combination of price and specs. What do you guys think? Should Android manufacturers cool it off a bit on flooding the market with these cheap Android devices?
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