Best Phones Under 30000 Naira ~ Top 10 in Nigeria 2020

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Looking for the best phones under 30000 Naira you can buy right now in Nigeria? Here is a list for you. Look through it and make a decision. N30k is okay to get a decent smartphone.

best phones under 30000 naira

But to get a decent product at this price, you’d have to be careful about what products you’re going to consider.

And since not everyone would have knowledge about the best deals we have out there, I’d be presenting you 10 cool products you can get for less than N30,000.

Yes, N30,000 is a lot of money, actually that is minimum wage. But when it comes to smartphone, you can’t get all you want with that price.

So, if you are willing to add to that amount, you can actually get some good phones that sells between 30k and 40k Naira right now in Nigeria.

Best Phones Under 30000 Naira

  • Gionee P10m: N26,800
  • DOOGEE X95: N24,400
  • iTel A56: N26,500
  • iTel P15: N23,400
  • Nokia C1: N24,600
  • Oukitel C16: N25,600
  • QUBO P6: N23,000
  • Tecno POP 2F: N23,800
  • Tecno POP 3: N27,500
  • Umidigi A3 Pro: N30,000

1.) Gionee P10m: N26,800

  • MediaTek MTK6580A-WA chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali GPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 8.1 OS
  • 4,000 mAh battery
  • 6.10-inch IPS Display [600 x 1,200 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5 MP front camera; 8 MP + 5 MP rear cameras

The Gionee P10m is a product I strongly deem fit to be a part of this content. The smartphone is not superb in any aspect, but rather tries to be good enough in all aspects.

And as regards durability, Gionee is a well-established brand, so you have little to worry about, when it comes to durability.

2.) DOOGEE X95: N24,400

  • MediaTek MTK6737 chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali-T720 GPU
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 10 OS
  • 4,350 mAh battery
  • 6.52-inch IPS Display [600 x 1,200 pixels]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5 MP front camera; 13 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP rear cameras

If you don’t mind buying a product from a brand which isn’t well-established, I’d ask you to really consider the DOOGEE X95.

This product is hands-down one of the best-value-for-money you can possibly get, as of July 2020.

This device comes with a pretty large display and a total of four cameras. It is furthermore one of the few Android 10 phones you can currently get, with less than N30,000.

3.) iTel A56: N26,500

  • MediaTek Spreadtrum SC7731E chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali-T820 MP1 GPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 9 OS [Go edition]
  • 4,000 mAh battery
  • 6.00-inch IPS Display [480 x 960 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5 MP front camera; 8 MP + 0.3 MP rear cameras

The iTel A56 is a pretty cool iTel device. The phone was released this year, and it features the kind of hardware you’d expect from a phone of its kind.

The device is powered by the Spreadtrum SC7731E chipset which is a quad-core chipset having cores which can process at up to 1.30 GHz.

It is also worthwhile stating that this phone comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. In other words, if you love fingerprint scanners, this might be a reason to give the device some special consideration.

4.) iTel P15: N23,400

  • MediaTek MT6580A chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali-400 MP2 GPU
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 9 OS [Go edition]
  • 4,000 mAh battery
  • 5.00-inch IPS Display [480 x 854 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5 MP front camera; 5 MP rear camera

Here is another iTel device I feel deserves being a part of a content like this. The phone can be seen as a product a little inferior to the A56.

The product is powered by the MediaTek MT6580A chipset, a chipset which is also featured in many good low-end phones.

5.) Nokia C1: N24,600

  • Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz]
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 9 OS [Go edition]
  • 2,500 mAh battery
  • 5.45-inch IPS Display [480 x 960 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5 MP front camera; 5 MP rear camera

In terms of specs and features, the Nokia C1 is not the device offering the most impressive features.

But if you’re the kind who is willing to sacrifice some shiny features for dependability, then you should consider a product like the Nokia C1.

In fact, the dependability of the phone is the reason why I included it in this content. When you buy a phone like the C1, you can be full of confidence that the phone wouldn’t stop working after a short while.

You can also be quite sure you wouldn’t have to worry about security vulnerabilities, or many other undesirable things.

6.) Oukitel C16: N25,600

  • MediaTek MT6580P chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali GPU
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 9 OS [Go edition]
  • 2,600 mAh battery
  • 5.71-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,520 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 2 MP front camera; 5 MP + 2 MP rear cameras

Here comes another product you can take into consideration. When it comes to design, the Nokia C1 and this device are arguably the best in this article.

In other words, if you’re okay with other specs and features of the phone, then you should probably give the device some special consideration.

However, the design is not the only thing that makes the phone impressive, another thing which makes it impressive is its display.

The display of this phone has the second-highest pixel density. In other words, its graphics would be more impressive than those of the other products in this content.

7.) QUBO P6: N23,000

  • MediaTek chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali GPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 9 OS [Go edition]
  • 2,600 mAh battery
  • 5.45-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,440 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5 MP front camera; 8 MP rear camera

Qubo is a brand we have pretty little knowledge about. And as a result, I shouldn’t have even included its product in this content.

However, when I look at the Qubo P6, I couldn’t help but notice how cool the phone is. The phone sells for just N23,000, but looks like a product that sells for about N30,000.

It is, in fact, the device having the highest pixel density, among all smart devices in this content.

In short, if you’re not worried about buying a phone released under a pretty unpopular brand, you should consider this product.

8.) Tecno POP 2F: N23,800

  • MediaTek MT6580M chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali-400 MP2 GPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 8.1 OS [Go edition]
  • 2,400 mAh battery
  • 5.45-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,440 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5 MP front camera; 8 MP rear camera

There are a lot of die-hard Tecno fans in Nigeria. And leaving Tecno out of an article like this would be a terrible mistake.

So for Tecno lovers, one of the best Tecno devices you can get for less than N30,000, is the POP 2F.

The Tecno POP 2F comes with the typical kind of hardware you’d expect from a phone of its type.

Its processor, as you would expect, is a quad-core processor with cores which can run as fast as 1.30 GHz. The RAM is 1 GB in size, while it’s internal storage is 16 GB in size.

9.) Tecno POP 3: N27,500

  • MediaTek MT6580M chipset: Quad-core Processor [1.30 GHz] + Mali-400 MP2 GPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 16 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 8.1 OS [Go edition]
  • 3,500 mAh battery
  • 5.70-inch IPS Display [480 x 960 pixels]
  • 2G and 3G support [Dual SIM]
  • 8 MP front camera; 5 MP rear camera

The Tecno POP 3 is another device that deserves being a part of this content. Even if you’re not a Tecno fan, I consider this product worthwhile of giving a try.

The smartphone would be most appreciated by people who love to take selfies a lot. In fact, this is the only device having an 8 MP front camera, in this content.

I’ve seen this product with a good number of people, so if you love it, you should feel free to make it your next phone.

10.) Umidigi A3 Pro: N30,000

  • MediaTek MT6739 chipset: Quad-core Processor [Four 1.50 GHz] + PowerVR GE8100 GPU
  • 3 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 3,300 mAh battery
  • 5.70-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,512 pixels]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 8 MP front camera; 12 MP + 5 MP rear cameras

A lot of you may have never heard about Umidigi, but it’s actually one of the best Chinese brands, when it comes to brands offering best-value-for-money devices.

Years ago, they were known for producing unreliable phones. But as for 2018, their products have remarkably improved, and I can personally attest to this fact.

So if you feel you love the product, feel free to take it into consideration.

Final Note

The products presented in this article are the results of a very careful and thorough research.

We didn’t just compile a list of some random phones. We rather started with a large collection of less than N30,000 devices, then removed some, until we were left with 10 of them we consider the best.

In other words, you can trust the information we have provided you in this content.

It is also important to state that there are some products in this article you might be unable to find in physical stores around you.

So if you can’t find any of the phone presented above, head over to Jumia or Konga, to look for them.

However, if 30k is way above what you have for a smartphone, you should know there are few android phones that sells for under 20,000 Naira but you shouldn’t expect much from them.

Your turn. What do you think of these devices? Do you agree with me that they are the best phones under 30000 Naira that offers the best value for money in Nigeria right now?

Let me know what you make of them.

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