Imagine you’re in the market for a new car. When you arrive at the dealership, you’ll see the shiny new 2019 models, as well as the 2018 models being offered at a fairly compelling price. You decide to test-drive one of each, and while the 2019 might have a few more bells and whistles, a lot of things are pretty much the same. Things like the engine, the safety features, and the fit, finish and feel haven’t really changed after only a year. After thinking it over, you’ll probably end up signing a contract for the 2018 model.
If you’re looking for a new smartphone, you should apply the same kind of thought process as you would when buying a car. Here are a few reasons why buying last year’s flagship is the best choice for your next smartphone purchase.