Although nobody that have used an Android phone that it’s ROM is above 1 GB will like to go back and use any of these Cheap Android Phones in Nigeria. But who am I to assume? I can’t be too sure.
The world is full of surprises and people’s conditions, environment and reasons for Android phone purchase can be so different. While I won’t walk into any Smartphone store or login into my Jumia or Konga account to buy these Cheap Android Phones in Nigeria, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t somebody out there trying to make the best choice for a cheap Smartphone with just 30,000 Naira inside his pocket.
So, to you my dear reader who is looking for a nice phone below 30, 000 Naira. I pulled up this list to guide you while you make your purchase. The list of phones here are below 30,000 Naira and the products well researched to make sure that they don’t give you a headache after purchase.
2017 Cheap Android Phones in Nigeria Under 30, 000 Naira.
- Partner KS1 3.5
The name might be sounding weird and considering how cheap the phone is, you will be looking so down on the phone. But it really gets the job done. Although not a spec worthy phone to call your main Smartphone, the phone will be a perfect use for individuals who need an android phone but are not financially buoyant enough to go for the big players. Or, if you just need a phone for your small kids and you don’t want to spend much. Just go for it.
- Display: 3.5″ HVGA (320×480)
- Processor: Single-core 1.2GHz
- Memory: 512MB ROM; 1GB ROM
- Operating System: Android 4.4.2
- Camera: 1.3MP Front + 1.3MP Rear
- Battery: 1300 mAh
- SooCoo V7
If you have been around the Android smartphone realm for a while, the name SooCoo will not sound so weird to you as the one mentioned above. SooCoo is a Chinese company, if you’ve not heard about them at least you must have heard about the SooCoo s60 Action camera or other cameras from the company. The company is known mostly for its cameras and they are not doing quite well in that niche.
Just like I mentioned above, if you need something as cheap as this, SooCoo v7 is still a nice choice.
- Band Mode:2SIM/Single-Band
- Battery Capacity(mAh):1200mAh
- Battery Type:Detachable
- Brand Name:GT
- Camera Type:Front & Back Camera
Price: ₦ 17,381
- Innjoo X3
Okay, Innjoo shouldn’t sound weird to your ear too. They entered the Nigerian Smartphone with full velocity and right now they are seriously sliding back, giving way for Nigerian smartphone market big players, Infinix and Tecno. Most users’ complain lie on the fact that Innjoo spare parts can hardly be found in the country. The Innjoo X3 is one of the cheapest Android Smartphones you can buy in Nigeria and you can get it for just 18k.
- Display Size : 4.0
- Model : Innjoo X3
- Dual Sim
- Security Operating System : Android 5.1
- Color : Black
- Internal Memory : 4GB expandable up to 32GB
Price: ₦ 17,599
- itel 1409 Dual Sim
I must be plain here, I don’t like itel smartphones. I see them as that brand that’s always trying to play catch up in the Smartphone market. Just by taking a look at their itel P51 you will notice that they don’t have any new thing tangible feature to offer to Nigerians that other big players are not offering yet and even better. Those that I have seen itel phones in their hands are always complaining about one thing or the other.
Itel Smartphones have always found its way into people’s hands through their parents. They are the type of phone that your parents will buy for you instead of giving you the money to go and get the phone that you like by yourself.
Meanwhile, the one below is not bad compared to the price.
- Android 5.1
- 0″ screen
- 8GB internal memory
- 1500mAh battery
- 512MB RAM
- Notification Flash Light
Price: ₦ 22,899
- Alcatel Pixi 4 .5
This is another smartphone brand that their mission is not well stated in Nigeria. I hardly see their phones in people’s hands if not for the lower feature phones. I wonder how they’ve been surviving for long.
This year, Alcatel released their Idol 4 Pro which was supposed to be their flagship. The idol 4 pro turned out to be a windows 10 variant of their 2016’s idol 4S which is an Android version.
They are definitely one of the few brands sustaining the windows mobile operating system.
Anyway, the Alcatel Pixi 4.5 Smartphone is a reliable and affordable phone. Still a phone I will recommend for you if you are looking for a Smartphone that is small, cheap, simple and still possess some basic features one should expect from an Android phone.
- Android 6.0 Marshamallow
- FREE Gold Back Cover
- depending on stock availability)
- 5 Inch Touchscreen Display
- 8GB Internal Storage, 1GB RAM
- 3GHz Quad-core Processor
Price: ₦ 23,999
- vkworld VK800X
VKworld,is a south Korean mobile phone company. It was established in 2001. Am I the only one noticing that the phone looks like a HTC copy? Mere looking at this phone HTC comes to my mind.
Vkworld is an old mobile phone company which went bankruptcy ones but only came back recently. Their latest smartphone, Mix Plus is something to add to your cart. Nice build, nice features and cost around $109 and was nicknamed the world’s cheapest fullscreen smartphone. Do check it out.
Meanwhile, the vkworld VK800X is a phone you should check out too if you are looking for a cheap Smartphone.
- Dual SIM Dual Standby and 3G Network
- System: Android 5.1
- Display: 5.0 inch 960 x 540 qHD IPS Screen
- CPU: MTK6580 Quad Core 1.3GHz
- GPU: Mali-400 MP
- RAM + ROM: 1GB RAM + 8GB ROM
- Lenovo A1000
Lenovo is one of the leading Smartphone brands in Nigeria. Its smartphones are coming from the manufacturing house of a Chinese company in headquatered in Beijing.
If you are aware of Lenovo’s escapades in the Smartphone market with their Lenovo zuk edge smartphone, you will know that the Lenovo A1000 is one smartphone you should add to your cart already if you are looking for a cheap android smartphone. It is durable and affordable.
And, did I tell you that in 2014 they acquired Motorola mobility from Google?
- Display: 4″ 480×800 TFT Capacitive
- Processor: 1 GHz Quad Core
- Memory: 8GB; RAM 1GB (MicroSD up to 32GB)
- Operating System: Android Lollipop 5.0
- Camera: 5MP (LED Flash); VGA (Front)
- Battery: 2000mAh
- NUMA Ruckr5
Have you heard about this one? I guess not.
This is one of their lower ranged smartphones. I just love the body build of the phone. And the specs is what an entry level Smartphone user will highly appreciate using.
- Display: 5.0″ Screen size.
- Memory: 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, expandable with microSD card up to 32GB.
- CPU: 1.3GHz Quad Core.
- Operating System: Android 4.4 KitKat.
- Camera: 8MP Rear Camera with LED flash; Front: 2MP fixed-focus.
- Battery: 1900mAh Lithium Polymer.
Price: ₦ 26,250
- JIAKE M8
To tell you the truth, it was only when I was carrying out the research for this post that I got to know about this smartphone brand. That’s what we see in a world filled with smartphone companies and more are still coming out.
JIAKE M8 is one of the cheapest smartphone you can go for compared to the specs it came with. The screen is bigger than most phones you will get for this price. Costs only ₦ 27,120 making it a nice choice to make for a cheap smartphone.
- Display: 6.0 inch
- System: Android 5.1
- CPU: MTK6580 Quad Core
- GPU: Mali-400MP
- RAM + ROM: 512MB RAM + 4GB ROM
- Camera: Front camera 5MP + Rear camera 5MP
- Bluetooth: 4.0
- GPS: GPS
- Sensor: Gravity Sensor
- SIM Card: Dual SIM dual standby ( Dual Standard SIM )
- Network: GSM+WCDMA
- 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz
- 3G: WCDMA 850 / 2100MHz
Price: ₦ 27,120
- Tecno W2
And here is a Tecno device. Nigeria’s most famous smartphone brand or atleast it used to hold that title until competitors like infinix divided and parted away with a better chunk of the market. Tecno was at the forefront, during the fight to take over the smartphone market from Nokia. While iOS and top android game players were trying to win worldwide, Tecno was winning in Nigeria with their longer battery life and cheaper phones by putting android smartphone features in the hands of people that couldn’t afford Samsung phones and other phones from other bigger brands.
Now the competition is tough. Techno have been called the people’s choice and they are still trying to live up to that standard by creating cheaper, stronger and easy to maintain smartphone in Nigeria. If you are in the hunt for a cheap android phone the Tecno W2 will be a nice choice to make, it costs just only 27,800 naira.
- Screen: 4.5 Inch FWVGA Touchscreen
- Memory: 1GB RAM, 8GB Internal Memory
- CPU: 1.3GHz Quad-Core Processor
- Operating System: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Camera: 5MP Rear Camera with Dual Flash, 2MP Front Camera with Flash
- Battery: 2500mAh Battery
Price: ₦ 27,800
Yes, our own Nokia. The Nokia X was probably the first phone that gave Nokia its first Android taste. This is Nokia X, it costs 22, 000 Naira and its cheap.
- Operating System: Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
SIM: Single SIM or Dual SIM
Display: 4.0 inches
Network: 2G, 3G
Internal Memory: 4 GB
RAM: 512 MB
Processor: 1.0GHz Cortex-A5 Dual Core, Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon S4 Play
External Memory: MicroSD, Up to 32GB
Back Camera: 3.15MP
Front Camera: No
Battery: 1500mAh Li-ion (Removable)