Why is there a huge increas in price when you get a smartphone with more memory when in actual fact, memory cards only cost couple of quid?
Okay, so I was looking at the Nexus phone. Now, the 8GB is around £240 whilst the 16GB is a whopping £40 extra at £280.
But why is there such an increase in price for only 8GB extra of memory? An 8GB memory card, SanDisk so not a cheap brand one, is listed on Amazon for £3.50. How can these manufactures charge us this much when the actual memory card costs less than 10% of what they're charging us?!