The iPhone X is expensive in the U.S., but that’s nothing compared to prices in some other markets.

Case in point: The United Kingdom. There, the 64GB iPhone X costs £999 while the 256GB variant costs £1,149. That’s an absolutely insane price difference: 999 British pounds is about 1,330 U.S. dollars, and 1,149 pounds is 1,529 dollars.

This means that the 64GB iPhone X costs $331 more in the UK, and the 256GB iPhone X costs a whopping $380 more in the UK.

That’s right: You can buy a decent flagship phone, like this Xiaomi Mi 6, just for the price difference in these two countries.


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