Apple’s is supposed to be “the people’s iPhone” — packed with all the essential features and all the power of the iPhone 12 Pro, but with a few corners cut, so you don’t need to go out and pay $1,000 for it.
The follows sort of the same concept. Google opted out of the hardware race and decided to build a phone that’s sort of tame, but still reliable and capable enough for the general user’s needs. In turn, it’s cheaper than your regular 2020 flagship.
So, the iPhone 12 will cost you $799 ($829 without contract) and the Pixel 5 will set you back $699. The latter is definitely worth …