The iPhone 6 is available for $999, a $50 premium over the previous model, and comes with a $1,299 iPhone 7 Plus.
It’s not cheap, but it’s not bad either.
The iPhone X is a bit pricier at $999.99 and is available in Silver and Gold.
Both devices have a 4-inch OLED display, though both devices have larger display sizes.
The 6 and 7 Plus are both available with wireless charging.
The $1 million price tag makes it the most expensive iPhone yet, though the iPhone X has a starting price of $999 and the iPhone 7 and 8 Plus are $999 each.
The cheapest phone you can buy right now is the Samsung Galaxy S8, which costs $999 (or $699 if you go with the “Galaxy S8+”).
The cheapest Android phone you’ll be able to buy right away is the OnePlus 3T, which is available on $100 off.
That means you can pick up the OnePlus 2T for $300 (or just $200 if you want to upgrade to a 5-inch model).
But you might want to consider buying a phone that’s more affordable.
A lot of smartphones are $300 or less and some of the cheapest phones will be a bit over $400, so if you’re a bit concerned about how much you’re going to pay, we’d recommend picking one of the cheaper phones.
The other issue is that most of these phones have a low-res screen, which means you’ll need a really good-quality 1080p display for best viewing quality.
Most phones come with 1080p or 1440p displays.
The OnePlus 3, for example, is capable of 720p on a 1080p panel.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8, for comparison, can display 1080p on an LCD panel.