People want a solid bundle when they buy a new phone - nearly half of voters expect a good quality charger and headphones to come in the box. That is for high-end phones, of course, low-cost handsets can squeak by with a basic package, but expensive phones have to justify their cost.
Some - a third of voters - go even further, they want to get a additional extras. History shows that a solid bundle is a good way to draw in a crowd. We remember the Nokia 5800, which came with a whole sack of goodies, but bundles can be strategic too. Samsung paired its Galaxy flagships with a Gear VR headset, which increased interest in the phone but also made Samsung one of the biggest VR players.
There’s a second school of thought too - skip the accessories to keep the price low. Paradoxically, there are two polar opposite reasons for this. One is simple - just saving money. The other involves spending more money. This is especially true for headphones - any money saved on the phone can go towards high-end cans. If makers are kind enough to give you a headphone jack, naturally.
The thing is if you wanted to spend that much on a phone, you'd also be going to buy S8 everyone knows it's the best. But then people bash something they are not likely to have
agree with you bro. Don't know why people here don't want to buy their own 3rd parties accessories which usually are better quality/value and have wayy better choices. smh