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Old 10-30-2012, 05:15 PM   #41
Grande D
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Originally Posted by jeffro3000 View Post
I judge things based on their price, and in terms of feature per dollar, the Nexus 4 is leaps and bounds above any other new phone on the market, even without LTE. Not because it's a better phone (it's not), but because it's almost as good for $350 less.

If the iPhone 4S had been $349 unsubsidized on its launch, it wouldn't have been regarded by near as many people as a disappointment. All the sudden it becomes the best deal around. Things change when the price is so dramatically lower than the norm.


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My point is that the price isn't so dramatically different to the consumer. The device cost is cheaper, but I'd venture to guess that for 95% of potential buyers it is not cheaper OTD.

Most people sign that contract without a second thought. So a Nexus 4 is $299. An iPhone 5 is $199. An S3 is $99. OTD prices.
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