By Damilola Faustino
It’s not all the time that you have so much money to spare, but everyone wants to use a good, phone with reputable features. Luckily, when it comes to cheap, good phones, there are more than enough to go round. This is because the cost of phones has significantly dropped and software is getting better. Check out our list and take your pick:
Infinix Zero 5 Pro
Released on November 22, 2017, Infinix joined the dual rear camera bandwagon – a move long overdue – with the Infinix Zero 5 Pro. The Zero 5 Pro also doubles as the first smartphone from the OEM to feature RAM as high as 6GB. This costs about N125,000.
The Nokia 1 runs on Android and has a colourful plastic design. It has a removable battery, two SIM-card slots, and expandable storage. This costs N27,000 on Jumia.
Gionee A1 LITE
Packing in a humongous battery, the Gionee A1 Lite is a smartphone for users who would like to avoid hooking up to a power outlet frequently. This stripped-down variant of the Gionee A1 also promises something impressive for the selfie enthusiasts. It has 32GB storage, up to 64GB memory card and 4000 mAh Li-ion Battery. It costs about N40,000.
This is the obvious choice for bargain-seeking Apple fans who have their hearts set on an iPhone. It takes most of the features of the iPhone 6S and packs them into the body of an iPhone 5S. If you feel like modern smartphones are getting too big, then the iPhone SE will suit you perfectly. Compared to prices of other iPhones, it is quite affordable. This costs between N80,000 to N90,000.
Huawei Honor 9 Lite
The Honor 9 Lite doesn’t seem to have any of the usual compromises you’d expect when getting a budget phone. It has an elegant blue design, expansive 5.6-inch display, and four cameras. It is also friendly to your wallet.
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