You will agree with us that the Ghanaian market is now so saturated with smartphones, making a great choice can be overwhelming. Likewise, your choice will be dependent on your pocket. If you are looking for a budget-friendly smartphone that packs some great specs for the price, you should look at this list of the best android phones under 300 GHS in Ghana
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1. Fero L100
The Fero L100 has been trending on both offline and online marketplaces as a new entry for a while now, and that is not without reason.
The 5.0-inch device might still be using the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but that does not stop it from delivering. Under the hood is a quad-core 1.3GHz processor with a memory of 1GB. An 8GB internal storage space can be expanded up to 32GB with the aid of a dedicated microSD card slot.
A dedicated slot means you don’t have to share with any SIM, of which there is support for dual SIM technology. Coming in colour options of Gold and Grey, the aesthetics on Fero L100 is completed by a plastic wrap up of the back.
On the same back as the plastic cover is a 5MP shooter that comes with its own LED flash for handling low light situations. The sweet news is that the front also houses another 5MP sensor, this one also coming with a LED flash.
Supporting up to 4G network options, the Fero L100 will pull its power from a removable 2350mAh in the back.
Where to Buy Fero L100
Jumia GhanaGH₵ 199.00 See Offers
2. X-Tigi V11
Starting with a 5-inch screen with a resolution set at 854 x 480 pixels, that just works out enough that you don’t get your eyes hurt when consuming media on the unit. The device goes on to feature a quad-core processor with 1GB RAM at the heart of affairs.
This CPU power is paired with an 8GB memory that can be pushed up to 32GB by using a dedicated microSD card slot on board.
Moving on, users will find the 5MP rear camera and 2MP front shooter pairing comfortable. While it will not produce the QHD image quality, both sensors will do more than get the basic job done.
A 4G connectivity option would have been welcome. Unfortunately, the Nougat 7.0-based smartphone will have to make do with 3G instead. At the end of the day, what will keep the X-Tigi V1 alive is the 2200mAh battery.
Where to Buy X-Tigi V11
Jumia GhanaGH₵ 239.00 See Offers
3. Itel A12
Itel used to be restricted to the entry-level market only. With such introductions as the A12 though, they have been able to break into the midrange scene.
The specs we can find on the Itel A12 varied from a conservative 5.0-inch screen to 512MB RAM on a quad-core processor that will clock as high as 1.2GHz.
Running on Android 6 Marshmallow, the smartphone is equipped with 8GB of space for the user’s storage needs. This space can even be pushed to 32GB by making use of the dedicated microSD card slot.
The low-budget smartphone rounds off its modest specs with dual SIM support, a 5MP snapper on the back and a further 0.3MP unit up front. Since the device will not be draining much power, 2400mAh seems just apt
Where to Buy Itel A12
Jumia GhanaGH₵ 279.00 See Offers
4. Fero Iris
Reaching under all the external design is a 1GB RAM + 8GB ROM nestled on the motherboard. This CPU is paired with a quad-core processor with maximum clock speed of 1.3GHz. The internal storage space, of course, will be expandable (up to 32GB).
A primary 8MP camera with its own LED flash handles image and video shooting, recording up to 720p quality at a stretch. On the front is a smaller 2MP sensor. However, that does not tell the whole story. Inside this camera sensor is an Iris scanner to help add additional security to your device.
Weighing under 140g with support for multiple SIM cards at once, Fero Iris relies on its 2500 43movable Li-ion battery to keep the lights up.
Where to Buy Fero Iris
Jumia GhanaGH₵ 299.00 See Offers
5 Itel A31
Android 7.0 Nougat leads the impressive list of specs on the budget Itel A31 smartphone. Asides that, the 5-inch device makes use of an IPS display technology. On the front, keeping the screen company is a 2MP sensor which is not as impressive as the primary 8MP shooter on the back.
Going deep, a 1GB RAM quad-core CPU at 1.2GHz of clock speed is at the heart of operations. Like you might have guessed, the user is allowed only 8GB internal storage space (of which some of the space will have been taken by system apps). That makes the inclusion of a microSD card slot that will take up to 32GB of space necessary.
A 2400mAh battery is guaranteed to last the user for a full day in-between charges.
Where to Buy Itel A31
Jumia GhanaGH₵ 300.00 See Offers
6. Tecno Y2
We consider 4.0 inches a little bit harsh, but it is ideal for those that want a budget-friendly smartphone that is equally compact to the hold. The smartphone will support up to 3G connections and no more. That will be possible on both SIMs that can be housed in the unit at once.
Speaking of what’s beneath the surface, Tecno also embraces the 512MB RAM and 8GB ROM configuration. The cameras are not so impressive – the rear gets 2MP while the front makes do with a 0.3MP shooter – but they would do for an entry level to lower midrange level user.
Where to Buy Tecno Y2
Jumia GhanaGH₵ 199.00 See Offers
Carrying Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box, Tecno Y2 draws juice from a 2800mAh battery.