My son early on understood the advantages of a good smartphone. Long before I had even thought of getting one for myself, when my husband and I still didn't have internet on our phone (it would have cost us extra and didn't seem all that necessary) he would point to his phone and say:
"Here's my laptop."
Now I just drool over the idea of getting an unlocked Galaxy 7; I don't need the fancier "edge" one. But I want a 64GB memory. Since my son got a phone with 32GB over two years ago, I realize that today I need even more for the phone to stay relevant throughout its lifetime.
But when I look at the prices, even in the states, I almost lose my appetite.