Best Phones Under 80000 Naira ~ Top 9 Right Now

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Looking of the best phones under 80000 naira you can buy? With a budget of N80k, you wouldn’t just get a great phone, you can also possibly get a product that’s mind-blowingly remarkable in some aspects.

best phones under 80000 naira

For instance, you can get a phone having a pixel density of 563 PPI, or you can get a phone having a battery capacity of 13,000 mAh.

However, to get this kind of phones, you’d need the help of someone who knows the market really well, to avoid ending up with an overpriced product

Good enough for you, I’ve been keeping tabs on the market for years, and I’d be presenting you nine great products you can consider, with a budget of N80,000.

However, if your budget is not up to 80k, then you should consider choosing from one of the smartphones with prices less than 70,000 Naira i wrote about in my previous post.

The phones I’d present are all remarkable, so rather than trying to figure out which is the best, you should focus on choosing the one that suits you best.

Best Phones Under 80000 Naira

The following are the best android smartphones you can get between N70k and N80,000.

1.) Blackview BV6300: N80,000

  • MediaTek Helio P70 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 2.00 GHz Cortex A53 cores & Four 2.10 GHz Cortex A73 cores]
  • Mali-G72 MP3 GPU
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 128 GB eMMC 5.0 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 4,380 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 5.70-inch IPS Display [720 x 1,440 pixels; 282 ppi]
  • Android 10 OS
  • 13 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 0.3 MP rear camera; 16 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Blackview BV6300 is not one of the best products out there, in terms of design. But when it comes to its hardware, it’s impressive in all aspects.

The phone is powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 chipset, a chipset that powers many of the best mid-range phones we have out there.

And while the octa-core processor of the phone handles the generic computing tasks of the device, the Mali-G72 MP3 GPU impressively handles its graphics-related tasks.

The Blackview BV6300 is further one of those products that score well in terms of RAM and internal storage.

To round off what I have to say about the BV6300, I’d recommend the product to someone who needs a pretty powerful device and doesn’t bother much about design.

The person I’d recommend this product to, would also be the kind who cares a lot about their phone being somewhat rugged.

2.) Blackview BV9100: N78,000

  • MediaTek Helio P35 MT6765V chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.80 GHz cores & Four 2.30 GHz cores]
  • PowerVR GE8320 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB eMMC 5.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 13,000 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.30-inch IPS Display [1080 x 2340 pixels; 409 ppi]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 16 MP + 0.3 MP rear camera; 16 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Blackview BV9100 is another good product I believe deserves being owned by someone on a N80,000 budget.

Aside the aspect of RAM, where the phone falls a little short, you’d hardly have any reason to complain about the device.

However, understand that the BV9100 doesn’t fall short, in terms of RAM, for no reason. The reason why the device comes with just 4 GB of RAM is that it comes with a remarkable 13,000 mAh battery.

Had the manufacturer decided to equip the phone with a 13,000 mAh battery and 6 GB of RAM, the phone would have exceeded N80,000, which is the reason why it features just 4 GB of RAM.

If I’d be recommending this product to anyone, I’d definitely be recommending it to people who wouldn’t always get the chance to charge their phones, but can’t afford having their phone off at any time.

3.) DOOGEE N20 Pro: N80,000

  • MediaTek Helio P60 MT6771V chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 2.00 GHz Cortex A53 cores & Four 2.00 GHz Cortex A73 cores]
  • Mali-G72 MP3 GPU
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 128 GB eMMC 5.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 4,400 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.30-inch IPS Display [1080 x 2280 pixels; 400 ppi]
  • Android 10 OS
  • 16 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP rear camera; 16 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

When it comes to manufactures offering best-value-for-money phones, Doogee is one of those companies I wouldn’t fail to mention.

The manufacturer has been putting out a lot of impressive products, and the N20 Pro of the manufacturer, is a product I believe would be suitable for some of the people this article is meant for.

The device scores well in all hardware aspects. In the aspect of the design, the product wouldn’t also fail to impress you.

4.) Elephone U2: N76,000

  • MediaTek Helio P70 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 2.00 GHz Cortex A53 cores & Four 2.10 GHz Cortex A73 cores]
  • Mali-G72 MP3 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB eMMC 5.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 3,250 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.26-inch IPS Display [1080 x 2290 pixels; 404 ppi]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 16 MP + 5 MP rear camera; 16 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

The Elephone U2 falls in the same category as the Doogee N20 Pro, but happens to be a little cheaper.

However, it isn’t cheaper without reason — the phones comes with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

In short, this phone is meant for people who like the N20 Pro, and feel 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage are enough for them, to save some cash.

5.) LG G7 ThinQ: N80,000

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.80 GHz Kryo 385 cores & Four 2.80 GHz Kryo 385 cores]
  • Adreno 630 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB eMMC 5.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 3,000 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.10-inch IPS Display [1440 x 3120 pixels; 563 ppi]
  • Android 8 OS; upgradable to Android 10
  • 16 MP + 16 MP rear camera; 8 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

LG is not a company that produces a lot of phones. The company produces only a handful of devices, per year.

But whenever the company produces a phone, they are always so impressive that you can’t just push them aside.

And for people on an N80,000 budget, the G7 ThinQ is a product I believe worths becoming your next phone.

This product would be greatly appreciated by gamers, as it has the most impressive CPU among all products in this content.

It also has, arguably, one of the most impressive displays in the smartphone world. It’s GPU is further a leading GPU.

So if you don’t mind buying an N80,000 device that would blow your mind, in terms of performance and graphics, but has just 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage, then this device is an item you should really consider.

It is however important to state that the LG G7 ThinQ was released a few years ago, and the manufacturer has stopped the production of new builds of the device.

So if you are really interested in this product, you should get it as soon as possible, before all builds in the market get sold out.

6.) OUKITEL K13 Pro: N76,000

  • MediaTek Helio P22 MT6762 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.50 GHz Cortex cores & Four 2.00 GHz Cortex cores]
  • PowerVR GE8320 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 64 GB eMMC 5.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 11,000 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.41-inch IPS Display [720 x 1560 pixels; 263 ppi]
  • Android 9 OS
  • 16 MP + 2 MP rear camera; 8 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

OUKITEL is another phone manufacturer which has been doing an impressive job, when it comes to producing great-value-for-money phones.

The company has a lot of nice products, and the K13 Pro is a product I feel deserves being part of an article like this.

This phone truly comes with just 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. But the reason why you shouldn’t ignore this product, is its battery capacity.

The device comes with an impressive 11,000 mAh battery. With such a battery, you’d have much less headache, if you’re the kind who demands their phone being on 24/7, without having to charge it every now and then.

7.) Umidigi F2: N80,000

  • MediaTek Helio P70 MT6771T chipset: Octa-core Processor [Four 1.95 GHz Cortex A53 cores & Four 2.10 GHz Cortex A73 cores]
  • Mali-G72 MP3 GPU
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 128 GB UFS 2.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 5,150 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.53-inch IPS Display [1080 x 2340 pixels; 395 ppi]
  • Android 10 OS
  • 48 MP + 13 MP + 5 MP + 5 MP rear camera; 32 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Side]

The Umidigi F2 is a highly-discussed product, in the mid-range smartphone world. The device is just too mind-blowing, when you compare what it offers to its price.

It features a good chipset, 6 GB of RAM, a 128 GB storage, a 5,150 mAh battery, a 6.53-inch display with 395 PPI, the Android 10 OS, and an impressive set of cameras, yet it takes only N80,000 to own a build.

8.) sVivo iQOO U1: N77,000

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset: Octa-core Processor [Six 1.80 GHz Kryo 465 Silver cores & Two 2.30 GHz Kryo 465 Gold cores]
  • Adreno 618 GPU
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 64 GB UFS 2.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 4,300 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.53-inch IPS Display [1080 x 2340 pixels; 395 ppi]
  • Android 10 OS
  • 48 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP rear camera; 8 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

I personally like Vivo. The manufacturer takes the design of its phones seriously and also offers products that are nicely-priced.

If you feel the same way about this manufacturer, the Vivo iQOO U1 is a product I’d suggest you look into.

In terms of hardware, the product is a lot like the Umidigi F2. But while the F2 comes with a 32 MP front camera, the front camera of the iQOO U1 is an 8 MP camera.

In short, if you were considering the F2, but feel you are okay with an 8 MP front camera, to save money, you can consider this product.

9.) Vivo Z5x: N74,500

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset: Octa-core Processor [Six 1.70 GHz Kryo 465 Silver cores & Two 2.20 GHz Kryo 465 Gold cores]
  • Adreno 616 GPU
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 128 GB eMMC 5.1 internal storage [Expansion support]
  • 5,000 mAh Li-Po battery
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G support [Dual SIM]
  • 6.53-inch IPS Display [1080 x 2340 pixels; 395 ppi]
  • Android 10 OS
  • 16 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP rear camera; 16 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Rear-mounted]

Here comes another product to consider, when buying your next smartphone. The device is meant for people who’d prefer spending as little as N74,000, if at this price, they can find a device good enough.

Aside having looked into the phone personally, I’ve also seen many people using the product as their main phone. So if you feel this product is what you like, feel free to make it your next smart device.

Final Words

The products in this article are all impressive, but there are some things to note.

First and foremost, none of the devices presented has support for any 5G network.

In other words, if you’re still using any of these phones, when 5G becomes available in Nigeria, you wouldn’t be able to enjoy a 5G network.

However, I don’t think this should be a big problem, since 5G in Nigeria is unlikely to become mainstream until after 3 or 4 years: by then you should have already started to think of getting a new phone.

As for those who still feel the N80,000 phones I’m recommending should have 5G support, there are truly 5G products that would fit into an N80,000 budget.

But the problem is: these phones you’re referring to, aren’t really great-value-for-money devices.

They have 5G support, but lag behind in other important aspects like RAM, display, etc. And I strongly doubt you’d have been willing to accept 3 GB RAM from a phone, simply because it has 5G support.

If you want more processing power and quality, there are some smartphones you can get between 80k and 90,000 Naira. You can’t get it wrong with the likes of Infinix S5, Galaxy A21s and the Nokia 5.3 which can all be found in Nigeria both online and offline.

One last thing to note is that the phones presented in this article might be very difficult to get in stores around you, as well as Nigerian eCommerce platforms.

To get the products in this article, with ease, head over to an international eCommerce platform. Platforms like AliExpress would have all products presented in this content.

So guys, what do you think? Is there any best phones under 80000 Naira that you expect to see on this list that you didn’t let me know.

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