That’s not a bad thing. The Camry is a good car, and Toyota sells boatloads of them every year to people who just want to get from point A to point B, without having to worry about what this button does or what driving mode they should switch to or whether their car is going to melt down while they’re stuck in rush hour traffic.
Are you more in a position to buy a Honda Fit because money is tight? No prob. You can buy an entry-level Moto G for $169 that has trimmed-down features, but has all the essentials on a budget.
It’s true — Apple makes different versions of the iPhone, just like Toyota makes various Camry trims. You can get the “everything standard” iPhone 11 for $699 — a reasonable price, just like the Camry LE. You can get a tricked-out Pro version, like the Camry XSE, for $999. Or, if you want something used, for about $399 you can pick up an iPhone SE– kind of like buying a 2018 Camry with low mileage.
But the iPhone is designed for everyone. You can find an Android phone that feels like it was designed for you.