In 2018, it will be more difficult for manufacturers to compete with each other, and this means the value of the smartphone will be lower.
And with the current smartphone boom, that means the smartphone market is more saturated.
The iPhone XS Max is a good example of the current mobile landscape, and it is priced at $999 (about £849).
The Galaxy Note 8, which was unveiled in March, is the top-of-the-line model with a starting price of $1,849 (about $2,299).
Both of these phones are also available in different variants: the Note 8 comes in the Galaxy Note 7 Premium and Galaxy Note 9 Premium, while the Galaxy S9 Plus comes in Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
Samsung has already priced the Galaxy X, which is currently only available in the United States, at $1.7 million.
While the iPhone X is a premium device, its base price is still below the $1 million mark, which means the iPhone is not quite as affordable as some of its rivals.
It is still a very good smartphone, however.
The price of the iPhone 9s is slightly higher than that of the Galaxy 8 Plus, but that’s because the Galaxy 9 Plus comes with a 5.8-inch screen, while Samsung’s iPhone 9 is a 5-inch device.
The cheapest phone on the market, however, is Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Galaxy A8, which will be available for just $1 (about €970).
And it is one of the best phones available on the planet.
So it’s not surprising that Apple’s new iPhones are so expensive.
But in the US, Apple’s iPhones are not cheap.
The top-end iPhone X costs $999, while it costs $1 for the Galaxy Plus.
That is a price gap of more than $500 (about 2.5 times the price of an iPhone 7).
Apple’s flagship iPhone X comes in two variants: a 4GB version with 64GB storage, and a 4G version with 128GB storage.
Both are $399 (about£230) in the UK, and Apple has also recently announced that it will soon launch the iPhone 8, the next flagship model, in the country.
The UK’s average monthly smartphone bill in 2018 is £842 (about$1095), and the iPhone 7 costs £649 (about6,700) in comparison.
It’s important to note that there are plenty of good smartphones available in other countries too.
In the UK for example, Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S7 Edge costs £599 (about7,000) in France and £699 (about9,000), while the iPhone 6S Plus costs £629 (about11,000).
In the US though, the average monthly phone bill is £2,876 (about2,600 per month).