You’re not alone in feeling your wallet a little lighter these days; everything seems to be more expensive this year, technology included. With inflation and recession woes lingering in the back of all our minds, stretching those pennies as far as possible is even more important than ever. But that needn’t involve postponing important gadget upgrades, such as a new smartphone.
While spending over $1,000 on a smartphone might not seem so appealing in the current climate, there are always bargains to be had out there. Picking up a slightly older phone, such as last year’s flagships, can save you $100s while netting you a device that will still last many many years.