The average smartphone price rose 10 percent last quarter compared to a year earlier— the fastest price increase to date. That brings the global average smartphone price to $363, according to customer checkout data from market research firm GfK.
For years, the price of smartphones has declined, as a slew of lower-priced iPhone competitors entered the market.
Recently, however, prices have begun to tick back up. Overall, smartphone prices rose 6 percent from 2016 to 2017.
That’s because as smartphones become even more essential to daily life, people are choosing to buy bigger and better ones. Large full-screen displays and dual cameras are becoming commonplace, as are their higher price tags.
Case in point: The iPhone X that came out last fall. It comes with facial recognition, a studio-quality camera and animated poop emojis. It also costs $1,000.
This data is for full-price phones, and does not include prices for subsidized phones made cheaper by carrier contracts — a practice that has largely disappeared. The data include point-of-sale data in more than 75 markets.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.