So, you’ve been going from store to store and website to websites looking for best phones under 50000 naira in Nigeria?
Well, you are in luck, because in this article I have decided to share some of the best phones you can get for a budget of 40k and 50k.
However, one thing you should know is that when looking for such cheap phones, you might have to forfeit the specs and features that will be included in phones like Samsung S7 Edge or any other top phones.
By the way, if you have an even lower budget than 40 or even 50k, you might want to take a moment to check out this post: Best Phones Under 30000 Naira in Nigeria (2018 Picks).
But if you are keen about getting some of the best phones under 50000 naira, then, by all means, keep reading this post.
So, if you are an average phone user, that is, you are the kind of person who browses a bit heavy and uses a lot of phone cameras for your work, these phones will surely be a good fit for you.
1. LG K8 (2017) X240K Dual Sim 4G (1.5GB Ram,16GB) | #44,500
LG products are always very durable, at least from what I have heard and the reviews I have read about them online. And fortunately, this LG K8 product is one of such, and it is pretty durable and full of wonderful specifications and features that will wow even a pro phone user.
This phone has a full-featured 13MP Rear Camera. Believe me guys, the LG K8 full-featured 13MP camera brilliantly captures the best moments of your life. Now with a large 1/3″ sensor and an ultra-bright F2.2 lens that catches light even in the dimmest conditions, all your moments are clear, sharp, and sharable.
The phone’s battery is built to last with a 2,500mAh removable battery, which simply means that you can surf the internet, listen to good music, watch some videos, and a couple other things without fears of your phone getting shut down.
And with the 1.3GHz Quad-Core and 1.5GB RAM, you are assured of a speedy phone processing and less or no glitches such as your phone hanging or something.
- Mediatek MT6737
- 16 GB, 1.5 GB RAM, MicroSD
- 5.0″ IPS LCD Display, 1280×720, 293ppi
- 13MP Rear Camera
- 5MP Front Camera
2. Samsung Galaxy J3 SM-J320 5.0-Inch (1.5GB, 8GB ROM) | #37,000
When you are looking for a hybrid phone that has features upon features and that can multitask without hanging or freezing, then the Samsung Galaxy J3 is your go-to android phone. It’s a highly innovative design that is user-friendly and has great functionalities and attractive exterior.
So, it doesn’t matter what you are looking for; styles or productivity, you’ve got the two in just one phone. Isn’t that something to get excited about?
- Operating System: Android 5.1 Lollipop
- Camera: 8MP (Rear); 5MP(Front)
- Display: 5″ HD
- Memory: 1.5GB RAM, 8GB ROM; microSD 128GB
- Processor: Quad Core; 1.2GHz
- Connectivity: 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
3. Tecno Camon CM 5.7-Inch (2GB, 16GB ROM) | #41,411
4. Nokia 3, 5inches, 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM | #48,000
- 8MP Front and Rear Camera
- Quad-Core 1.4GHz
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB Inbuilt storage Capacity
- 4G LTE
- Corning Gorilla Glass Protection
- 5.0-inch IPS Display, 720 x 1280 pixels (294ppi)
- 1.3GHz quad-core Mediatek MTK6737 CPU with 2GB RAM
- Android 7.0 (Nougat)
- 16GB Storage, up to 128GB memory card
- 8MP Rear Camera and 8MP Front Camera
- 4G LTE (up to 150 Mbps download)
- Fingerprint Sensor (Front)
- 2650 mAh Li-ion Battery
5. Mi Xiaomi Redmi 5A 4G Smartphone | #37,099
This is another fantastic phone which made it into our list of best phones under 50000 naira in Nigeria list, and I believe for that, it deserves a round of applauds. Clap! Clap!
This Redmi 5A Smartphone is a really fantastic phone which is 4G enabled for the sakes of fast browsing. This Asian OEM is a bundle of value; it comes with 2GB RAM plus 16GB expandable internal storage space.
The operating system (OS) is a QUALCOMM Snapdragon 425 chipset which is married to an Adreno 308 graphics processor, and their child is the Quad-Core CPU of 1.3GHz, all of which makes worthy to be on this evergreen list of best phones under 50000 naira in Nigeria!
Although the front camera is a bit lower than some of the phones mentioned in this list – 5MP, but then it’s a selfie made a phone. And the back camera, of course, is a 13MP sensor equipped with its own LED flash.
The Redmi 5A is a DUAL SIM supported mobile, but where you will fall more in love with this phone is in its battery life – 3000mAh battery.
- Display: 5.0 inch, 1280 x 720 pixels screen
- CPU: Snapdragon 425 Quad Core 1.4GHz
- System: MIUI 8
- Camera: 13.0MP rear camera + 5.0MP front camera
- Sensor: Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, E-Compass, Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Hall Sensor
- SIM Card: dual SIM dual standby, Nano SIM / Nano SIM
6. Fero ROYALE X2 5.2-Inch HD (3GB,32GB ROM) | #38,300
Fero phones are very good phones. I am not sure if it’s okay to say that the Fero android mobiles are new or if I should just admit that I just recently knew about Fero phones, and that’s thanks to my frequent visit to Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos.
The Fero Royale X2 is a really powerful Android mobile with a complete mobile experience and effective multimedia features and highly powerful performance.
This phone features the android Nougat operating system (OS), 5.2-inch IPS device, 13MP back camera, and 8MP front camera, 3GB RAM plus 32GB memory, which is also expandable to 128GB.
All the features above means that you can enjoy watching movies, listening to music, surfing the internet and a couple other things without any glitches whatsoever.
Well, I saved the best for the last. The Fero Royale X2 has a 4000mAh battery, which but saves you from the hassles of frequent battery power depletion.
7. Tecno Camon CX Air 5.5-Inch (2GB,16GB ROM) | #44,000
Conclusion on Best Phones Under 50000 Naira in Nigeria
So, if you are out to get a phone and you want to cut the running around everywhere inside the Village, this post will surely ease your life. Be sure to always refer to it yourself or just ask your friends to check it out if they are looking for the best phones under 50000 naira in Nigeria.
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