Poll: How much would you be willing to pay for a new smartphone?

Smartphones get smarter and better every year. But, they come with a steep price. Literally. Ten years ago, it seemed absurd to pay $1,000 for a new smartphone. Today, however, this is the norm for high-end smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy or iPhone 5. While things are beginning to level out, it's still expected that you will spend a lot if you want to get the best.
We want to find out how much you would pay for a new phone.

Despite smartphone prices seeming to be spiraling out of control, there are signs that things may be improving. Samsung, for instance, has lowered the price of the Galaxy S21 series and the still-expensive foldable. While the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is still $1800, it's much cheaper than its predecessor at launch.

Apple also launched its iPhone 13 at the exact same price point as last year's model. The premium versions of these phones can be expensive, but there are many other options that are just as affordable.

You don't have to spend a lot of money for a smartphone that delivers great experiences. Many budget Android phones have newer chipsets that support 5G connectivity and high-resolution displays.

There are many financing options available for your new smartphone. This is a popular option in America for those who don't want the full cost upfront.

The Pixel 6 is expected to launch at a fair price, given all the hype surrounding it. We will soon have all the details.