Back on topic, I would say in general, the price is good, but a the moment, its overpriced. The price is good because of the unique design and goals, the important research and improvements in the supply chain fairphone finances with the phone.
But, at the moment, to be open, I do not feel its a very good deal for customers. It urgently needs some upgrades to increase it's value. That is the main board including the SoC with a SoC that can receive Android O+ updates, the dual sim modem with support for LTE on both SIMs, 3GB plus RAM and finally, a better camera. The rest is fine I think. But I feel the hardware is a bit outdated to attract customers for this and the following year.
I doubt these changes would increase the production cost of a device a lot, but I am fully aware that such an upgrade includes a lot of development and maintenance cost. But I feel it will be necessary soon for the Fairphones price to be justified.