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» 7 Good Android Phones You Can Buy Under ₦70,000 «

Jun 17, 2017

You have budgeted some money to get a new device yeah?

 

 

 

And you also know that “budgeting” is the easy part and now, you are down to the hard part … actually picking a device.

 

I am also pretty confident that in picking this new device, you wouldn’t want to get anything mediocre.

 

Sounds right yeah?

 

Or am I wrong?

 

Of course, I’m not.

 

Why would you (or anyone, in fact) want to “throw away” money in such an economy?

 

So, you’ve got the cash and you’re looking for a worthy device. One worth every single kobo of the money you’d be spending on it.

 

Well, here, I’ve rounded up a worthy list of devices for you.

 

“But why should I trust these devices,” you say?

 

You should get to know me a little then.

 

Apart from being a tech junkie, I am the one most of my peers and relations (even some “unrelations”) seek advice from whenever they are about to get a device.

 

I’ve noticed one thing over time. These folks do not come when they have “enough” money, they come to me only when they are cash-strapped.

 

When the money is there in abundance, of course, you can pick your dream phones (the Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7 them). But when you are limited by a certain amount of money, you’d do your best to ensure anything you end up picking is the best thing you could have picked.

 

Time and time again, I’ve recommended that “best thing they could have picked” to them and 95% of the time they are more than happy they made the choice.

 

The remaining 5%, well, sh!t happens.

 

 

 

Down below, I have aggregated some of the best smartphones (mostly Android) you can pick today for under ₦70,000

 

₦70,000 too high a budget for you?

 

Don’t worry, there is specifically a section dedicated to devices under ₦50,000.

 

Here, quick links …

 

Under ₦50,000 | Under ₦70,000

 

Best Android Phones in Nigeria Under ₦50,000

 

Although the majority of devices in this price range are still shamelessly logging around just 1GB of RAM and batteries with capacities less than 2500 mAh, there still exists some champs which went against the grain.

 

These champs are what I’m presenting you with. Let’s look at champ one …

 

1. Infinix Hot 4.

 

 

 

Quick Details.

 

Network: 2G/3G — Dual SIM

 

Display: 5.5-inch IPS Display — 720p (HD)

 

Software: Android v6.0 (7.0 Update Available)

 

Processor: 1.3GHz Quad-core CPU — Mediatek MT6580

 

Memory: 2GB RAM / 16GB ROM

 

Cameras: Back — 8MP w/ flash | Front — 5MP w/ flash

 

Battery: 4000mAh

 

Other Features: Fingerprint Sensor

 

Price: ₦38,000 – ₦45,000

 

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2. Tecno Camon CX Air

 

 

 

Quick Details.

 

Network: 2G/3G/4G — Dual SIM

 

Display: 5.5-inch IPS Display — 720p (HD)

 

Software: Android v7.0

 

Processor: 1.3GHz Quad-core CPU — Mediatek MT6737

 

Memory: 2GB RAM / 16GB ROM

 

Cameras: Back — 13MP w/ flash | Front — 13MP w/ Flash

 

Battery: 3200 mAh

 

Other Features: Fingerprint Scanner

 

Price: ₦44,000 – ₦50,000

 

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3. Oukitel K6000 Pro

 

 

 

Quick Details.

 

Network: 2G/3G/4G — Dual SIM

 

Display: 5.5-inch IPS Display — 1080p (FHD)

 

Software: Android v6.0

 

Processor: 1.3GHz Octa-core CPU — Mediatek MT6753

 

Memory: 2GB RAM / 32GB ROM

 

Cameras: Back — 13MP w/ flash | Front — 5MP

 

Battery: 6000 mAh

 

Other Features: Fingerprint Scanner

 

Price: ₦45,000 – ₦52,000

 

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Best Android Phones in Nigeria Under ₦70,000

 

Sure thing, ₦70,000 may seem like a lot, but when you make the mistake to convert that figure to dollars based on the current parallel market rates, you’d be ashamed of the ₦70k.

 

The Shame stops there though because, for the smartphones listed below, there would be most certainly nothing to be ashamed of.

 

These devices possess the premium look and feel of some of their high-end counterparts and although most of their designs will not win awards, you’ll still definitely reap the rewards of carrying them around.

 

No long talk, see them …

 

1. Lenovo K6 Power

 

 

 

Quick Details.

 

Network: 2G/3G/4G

 

Display: 5.0-inch IPS Display — 1080p (FHD)

 

Software: Android v6.0

 

Processor: 1.4GHz Octa-core CPU — Snapdragon 430

 

Memory: 2GB RAM / 16GB ROM

 

Cameras: Back — 13MP w/ flash | Front — 8MP

 

Battery: 4000 mAh

 

Other Features: Fingerprint Scanner

 

Price: ₦60,000 – ₦71,000

 

SEE OFFERS

 

2. Infinix Note 3

 

 

 

Quick Details.

 

Network: 2G/3G — Dual SIM

 

Display: 6.0-inch IPS Display — 1080p (FHD)

 

Software: Android v6.0 (Update to 7.0 available)

 

Processor: 1.3GHz Octa-core CPU — Mediatek MT6753

 

Memory: 2GB RAM / 16GB ROM

 

Cameras: Back — 13MP w/ flash | Front — 5MP w/ flash

 

Battery: 4500 mAh

 

Other Features: Fingerprint Scanner

 

Price: ₦57,000 – ₦65,000

 

SEE OFFERS

 

3. Tecno Camon CX

 

 

 

Quick Details.

 

Network: 2G/3G/4G — Dual SIM

 

Display: 5.5-inch IPS Display — 1080p (FHD)

 

Software: Android v7.0

 

Processor: 1.5GHz Octa-core CPU — Mediatek MT6750

 

Memory: 2GB RAM / 16GB ROM

 

Cameras: Back — 16MP w/ flash | Front — 16MP w/ flash

 

Battery: 3200 mAh

 

Other Features: Fingerprint Scanner

 

Price: ₦62,000 – ₦70,000

 

SEE OFFERS

 

4. Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

 

 

 

Quick Details.

 

Network: 2G/3G/4G

 

Display: 5.5-inch IPS Display — 1080p (FHD)

 

Software: Android v6.0

 

Processor: 2.0GHz Octa-core CPU — Snapdragon 625

 

Memory: 3GB RAM / 32GB ROM

 

Cameras: Back — 13MP w/ flash | Front — 5MP

 

Battery: 4100 mAh

 

Other Features: Fingerprint Scanner

 

Price: ₦62,000 – ₦69,000

 

SEE OFFERS

 

Conclusion

 

There, android phones you can actually spend your hard earned on.

 

This article is updated monthly without fail, so never be afraid of it being obsolete.

 

Which device are you picking?

 

P.S: If you have a budget higher than ₦70k and would still want my input, shot me a message directly from here.

 

 

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