Best Phones Under 50000 Naira ~ Top 10 Right Now in 2020

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There are lot of products from different manufacturers in the market right now but the best phones under 50000 Naira right now are what this post is all about.

best phones under 50000 naira

A Budget between N30k and N40k is enough to get a phone. However, the problem with the typical products this price can fetch you, is that they aren’t so dependable.

So if you not only want a phone which offers some pretty good specs and features, but also happens to be dependable, you should raise your budget to something between N40,000 and N50,000.

And the following are some products you can consider.

Best Phones Under 50000 Naira

  • Blackview A80 Pro: N48,700
  • Cubot Quest Lite: N43,600
  • Doogee N20: N41,000
  • Nokia 4.2: N48,000
  • Nokia X5: N47,000
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus [X6]: N47,000
  • Oukitel C17 Pro: N43,500
  • Umidigi A5 Pro: N42,000
  • Umidigi A7 Pro: N44,000
  • Xiaomi Redmi 8: N49,000

1.) Blackview A80 Pro: N48,700

  • MediaTek Helio P25 MT6757T chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.40 GHz & Four 2.50 GHz] + Mali-T880 MP2 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 4,680 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.49-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,560 pixels]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 13 MP + 2 MP + 0.3 MP + 0.3 MP front camera; 8 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Blackview A80 Pro is a product I’d confidently recommend someone looking for a good product selling at prices between N40,000 and N50,000.

The product scores excellently in terms of computing power. When it comes to cameras and battery, it is also a great value for money.

However, the aspect of display is one aspect I feel the manufacturer could have done a better.

But despite how the manufacturer could have done a better job with the display, the display of the phone is far from being terrible.

2.) Cubot Quest Lite: N43,600

  • MediaTek Helio A22 MT6761 chipset: Quad-core Processor [Four 2.00 GHz] + IMG PowerVR GE-class GPU
  • 3 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 3,000 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5.00-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,280 pixels]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 13 MP + 2 MP front camera; 8 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Cubot Quest Lite is another product I’d confidently recommend the kind of person this content is meant for.

But rather than being a phone meant for someone looking for a typical smartphone, this phone is designed for people who need a powerful device they could subject to very rough conditions.

For instance, if you need a product you can extensively use on construction sites, this product would make more sense, compared to using one of those fancy Android phones.

3.) Doogee N20: N41,000

  • MediaTek Helio P23 MT6763V chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.50 GHz & Four 2.00 GHz] + Mali-G71 MP2 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 4,350 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.30-inch IPS Display [1,080 x 2,280 pixels]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 13 MP + 8 MP + 8 MP front camera; 16 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

Among all products in the article, this is the no 1 best-value-for-money. The product is powered by a pretty cool chipset, features a pretty large RAM, and has the support of a great graphics processor.

The phone’s display further ranks among the displays of phones with the highest pixel densities. When it comes to battery capacity and cameras, you also wouldn’t be disappointed.

The only catch is: while Doogee seems to be a new brand trying to make a name for themself, by putting out month-watering offers, we still don’t know much about the security of their products.

In other words, if you would be using your phone for highly-sensitive things, it’s best to avoid a product like the Doogee N20.

4.) Nokia 4.2: N48,000

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.45 GHz & Four 1.95 GHz] + Adreno 505 GPU
  • 3 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 3,000 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5.71-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,520 pixels]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 13 MP + 2 MP front camera; 8 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

Nokia offers some of the best mid-range smartphones. And the Nokia 4.2 is one of the brand’s phone I would confidently recommend readers of this content.

This phone’s design is as nice as you’d expect a typical Nokia design to be. And when it comes to computing power, the phone is not disappointing at all.

5.) Nokia X5: N47,000

  • MediaTek Helio P60 MT6771 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Eight 2.00 GHz] + Mali G72 MP3 GPU
  • 3 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 3,060 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5.86-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,520 pixels]
  • Android 8.1 OS
  • 13 MP + 5 MP front camera; 8 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Nokia X5 is another pretty cool Nokia product you should consider, when your budget is about N47,000. The phone is powered by a good chipset.

Its chipset, which is the MediaTek Helio P60, has been spotted in a good number of other smartphones. And all products this chipset has been spotted in, all perform impressively.

In terms of design and user experience, this phone is also an impressive one. In fact, hardly would you come across an owner of this product who isn’t pleased with it.

However, the only catch is that the phone is powered by the Android 8.1 OS.

6.) Nokia 6.1 Plus [X6]: N47,000

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.60 GHz & Four 1.80 GHz] + Adreno 509 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 3,060 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5.80-inch IPS Display [1,080 x 2,280 pixels]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 16 MP + 5 MP front camera; 16 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Nokia 6.1 Plus is another product I’d recommend readers of this article. The phone features a less powerful processor and a less powerful graphics processor, compared to the X5.

However, when it comes to OS and cameras, the 6.1 Plus is the more impressive phone. The 6.1 Plus is furthermore more impressive in the aspect of display as well as the aspect of RAM.

In short, if you’d have ordinarily opted-in for the X5, but can’t afford using an Android 8 phone, and you don’t mind using a product with a less powerful processor, the 6.1 Plus is a good alternative.

7.) Oukitel C17 Pro: N43,500

  • MediaTek Helio P23 MT6763V chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.50 GHz & Four 2.00 GHz] + Mali-G71 MP2 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 3,900 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.35-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,560 pixels]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 13 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP front camera; 5 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Oukitel brand has been around for a while, even though you may have never heard of it. The brand is one of those offering best-value-for-money phones.

And if you don’t mind using a product released under it, the Oukitel C17 Pro is a product you can consider.

From the perspective of design, the phone is not one of the most impressive. But when it comes to computing power, storage, battery, cameras, etc, the phone competes very well with the other products mentioned in this article.

8.) Umidigi A5 Pro: N42,000

  • MediaTek Helio P23 MT6763V chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.50 GHz & Four 2.00 GHz] + Mali-G71 MP2 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 4,150 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.35-inch IPS Display [1,080 x 2,280 pixels]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 13 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP front camera; 16 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

Umidigi is one of those brands offering highly-impressive phones at affordable prices. The brand which was formerly Umi used to be known as a brand of unreliable phone.

But things have completely changed. The brand is now one of those I’d personally recommend anyone interested in a best-value-for-money.

If you’d like to give one of this brand’s product a try, the A5 Pro is one of those you can consider. The phone is decent in all aspects, and it only costs about N42,000 to own it.

This phone has been around for a while. So if you love it, you should get it as soon as possible, as it might run out of stock anytime soon.

9.) Umidigi A7 Pro: N44,000

  • MediaTek Helio P23 MT6763V chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.50 GHz & Four 2.00 GHz] + Mali-G71 MP2 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 4,150 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.30-inch IPS Display [1,080 x 2,340 pixels]
  • Android 10 OS
  • 13 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 5 MP front camera; 16 MP rear camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The A7 Pro is the product meant to replace the A5 Pro. The A7 Pro is just as cool as the A5 Pro. And even though it was released just a few months ago, it has gotten more sales than anyone ever anticipated.

The phone is furthermore the product people interested in the Android 10 OS should give consideration, if using a phone running this OS is highly important.

The A7 Pro costs about N44,000, but it’s not impossible to see it sell for about N42,000.

10.) Xiaomi Redmi 8: N49,000

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.45 GHz & Four 1.95 GHz] + Adreno 505 GPU
  • 3 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 5,000 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.22-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,520 pixels]
  • MIUI 11 OS [Based on Android 9 OS]
  • 12 + 2 MP rear camera; 8 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

Xiaomi also has a product we consider worthwhile of being a part of this content. Note that the Redmi 8 is different from the Redmi Note 8.

So don’t make the mistake of thinking the Redmi Note 8 is also what we’re talking about here.

Final Note

You might have noticed that brands like Tecno and Infinix were not included in this article. Well, it isn’t a mistake.

These brands truly have impressive products, but the issue is that their products are overpriced.

And since this article is also about phones offering the best value for money, we couldn’t have included Tecno and Infinix phones.

You can get better phones than above though. Which is why i think checking my previous post about android phones between 50k and 60,000 Naira right now with great value for money.

So guys, what do you think of best phones under 50000 Naira listed above? I will really like to know what your opinion is.

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