If you have gone through our offerings in the entry-level market (phones under ₦20,000 and ₦30,000), considered what we put together in the lower midrange to upper midrange shelves (phones under ₦40,000, ₦50,000, ₦60,000 and ₦70,000), you might be ready for the next stages.
Having begun the next level with devices that start at ₦80,000, here we are again with the list of best android phones under 90000 Naira.
Trust me, you are going to get so much more value for the money here too like we have been doing all along.
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Best Android Phones Under 90,000 Naira in 2019
1. Samsung Galaxy A30s (₦77,500)
The Galaxy A30s offers a brilliant 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 720 x 1560 pixels. It powered by an octa-core processor with 4GB RAM, so things should run smoothly.
On the top of the screen is a front camera rated at 16MP. This time, Samsung did one for the selfie lovers. The camera on the rear is also amazing. You get a 3 camera setup comprising of 25MP, 8MP, and 5MP.
The device has a 64GB internal storage that can easily be expanded by up to 512GB, all thanks to the microSD card slot on board.
Of course, it would be a shame if this device did not have a fingerprint sensor to call its own. The fingerprint sensor is not on the back, it is under the screen.
Running the Android 9 Pie and packing 4G LTE support out of the box, a 4000mAh battery keeps the lights on.
Samsung Galaxy A30s Key Specs & Features
- 6.4 inch Super AMOLED infinity-U Display, 720 x 1560 pixels (268 ppi)
- Android 9 Pie
- Octa-core Exynos 7885 Processor
- 25MP + 8MP + 5MP Triple Rear Camera
- 16MP Front Camera
- 3GB RAM or 4GB RAM
- 32GB / 64GB / 128GB Built-in Storage
- 4G LTE
- 4000 mAh Li-Po Non-Removable Battery
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2. Nokia 6 (₦64,999)
The resurgence of Nokia in the market saw the introduction of such units as the Nokia 6. This powerhouse is equipped with a 5.5-inch IPS LCD screen which has as much as 1920 x 1080 pixels that works into about 403 ppi.
With that kind of resolution, it needs no telling that the device comes with the latest 18:9 aspect ratio. Protected by Corning Gorilla Glass technology, looking under this screen shows other interesting configurations.
Some of such are the pairing of a 3GB RAM to 32GB of storage. We would have loved to see at least 64GB here but there is a consolation in the offering of a microSD card slot for expansion up to 128GB.
On the front is the 8MP snapper while a 16MP sensor sits on the back with its LED flash. Running Android 7.1 Nougat with option to upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo, this Nokia 6 packs a decent 3000mAh battery to get users between charges. You can also checkout the Nokia 6 on Jumia Nigeria, Click Here.
3. Gionee A1 (₦79,000)
Another 5.5-inch offering is the Gionee A1 which offers you what it calls Super Selfie. While we get to that in a moment, let’s lead with the fact that a 1920 x 1080 resolution also gives you the new 18:9 aspect ratio should you be a fan of the new fad.
Besides that, you get a dual SIM device with 4G capabilities offering you as much as 4GB RAM on a 2.0GHz octa-core CPU. With 32GB internal storage space, Gionee compensates in the offering of a microSD card slot that gets the storage up to 256GB.
Running on Amigo OS which was based largely on the Android Nougat 7.0, Gionee hopes a 4010mAh battery will get you through the day.
Did we forget something? Oh! The Super Selfie feature is backed by the introduction of a 16MP front camera and a smaller 13MP snapper out back. Gionee A1 is available at Jumia Nigeria, Click Here.
4. Moto G5 Plus (₦89,000)
After the Lenovo acquisition of Motorola, they have been putting out some clean units. One of such is the Moto G5 Plus which dons a beautiful 5.2-inch HD screen. We almost shouldn’t mention that it is an 18:9 screen with its 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution working in to about 424 ppi.
Interestingly, this is the first device on this list to pack a Qualcomm processor – the SD 650 chipset. That is paired to a configuration of 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage.
Motorola promises that their 3000mAh battery will get you through the whole day. While we don’t have data to back up that information, we know that a 5MP selfie camera and 12MP rear snapper are on board for camera duties.
Sporting a fingerprint sensor for better security, Android 7.0 Nougat is once again at the heart of affairs. You can find the smartphone on Jumia, Click Here.
5 Infinix Note 4 Pro (₦68,500)
The biggest flagship launched by Infinix last year is the Note 4 Pro. This became the first smartphone from the company to offer support for a stylus pen (sold separately), but it has even more interesting things to offer us.
For one, the 5.7-inch screen makes it more fitting for the hand and its 1080 x 1920 pixels makes it better suited for the eyes. Unfortunately, the 18:9 fad was not in play when this one was being developed.
That won’t be a problem though. You will still have as much as 3GB RAM and 32GB of space to play around with. If that won’t be enough for you, you could opt to get more (as much as 128GB) with the hybrid microSD card slot.
A non-removable 4300mAh battery comes with this one. The good news is, Infinix is great with their Note batteries.
Packing an octa-core processor with 1.3GHz clock speed, a 13MP rear camera is paired to another single 8MP unit on the front. You can find the smartphone at Jumia, Click Here.
6. Homtom S9 Plus (₦52,900)
Homtom is not a big name in the Nigerian and African sphere yet, but they could as well be. The S9 Plus offering really pushes the edge, being one of the most affordable bezel-less units you can get out there.
It is also the first on this list to give us as much as 4GB of RAM and then go on to pair that with a massive 64GB internal storage space. As if that is not enough, the device still allows for expansion via the use of a microSD card slot.
Featuring a full metal build for premium effect, the 5.99-inch device sports a resolution of 720 x 1440. Just when we thought this device was done with the impressive specs, we find out that back features a dual 16MP + 5MP configuration.
The front is not left out of this run too with the sighting of a 13MP snapper there. Complete with a fingerprint sensor for added security and Nougat Android 7.0 to boot, a 4050mAh non-removable battery brings the proceedings to a halt. You can checkout S9 Plus at Jumia, Click Here.
So, that’s our lineup of best Android phones under 90,000 Naira. Hope you found it interesting?
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