Lisa Easdicicco and Clancy Morgan in BI:
I have been using Apple’s iPhone XS Max in my day-to-day life, which costs more than a $1,000, but I recently switched to Google’s cheap new Pixel phone, which costs less than $500, and I was surprised at how little I missed.
Uh huh. Gmail, Chrome, Maps, and Google apps are so good for personal privacy.
The Pixel 3a was proof that you don’t need to pay $1,000 to get a really good smartphone that doesn’t compromise.
No compromise? From OLED display to privacy the compromises add up. Did I fail to mention resale value?