Samsung Phones top the chart as the world’s largest mobile phone maker. There are various smartphone models with mouthwatering specs and features but the same can’t be said for their prices. They are available in Nigerian gadget stores with ranging prices and some of them can be quite pocket friendly still. Low cost and mid-range Galaxy phones are now increasingly popular in the Nigerian Market.
The Samsung Galaxy is a brand name for Samsung’s line of Android phones, it may sound confusing sometimes but not to worry, we are going to see those Samsung Galaxy models that are quite affordable. We have the Samsung Galaxy A2 core, Samsung Galaxy A10, Samsung Galaxy J4 Core, Samsung Galaxy J2 and Samsung Galaxy Grand prime. Let’s take a closer look at what they’ve got in a glance.
SAMSUNG GALAXY A2 CORE– N32,500
This is one of the most affordable Galaxy phones, its LTE support and octa-core processor is quite impressive.
5.0-inch, PLS TFT Display, 540 × 960 pixels (220 ppi)Android 8.0Oreo (Go Edition)Octa-core Exynos 7870 Octa CPU with 1GB RAM8GB/16GB built in storage, up to 256GB memory card5MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera4G LTE (up to 150Mbps)2,600 mAh Removable Li-ion battery
SAMSUNG GALAXY A10- N40,000
This is also within reach. It has brilliant features and display with good camera. 4GLTE & Android 10 is also available for this Samsung Galaxy model.
SAMSUNG GALAXY J4 CORE– N37,000
This is a Galaxy smartphone with good display for browsing the web and watching movies. It has a 5 mega pixels front facing camera above the display. It comes with a LED flash, HDR, and full HD video recording. It comes in a sleek plastic body with a premium glossy finish available in black, blue and gold.
6.0-inch, IPS Infinity-V Display, 720 × 1480 pixels (274 ppi)Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition)1.4GHz Quad-core Qualcomm MSM8917 Snapdragon 425 CPU with 1GB RAM.16GB built-in storage, up to 512GB memory card8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera4G LTE (up to 150Mbps)3,300 mAh Non-Removable Li-ion battery
SAMSUNG GALAXY J2– N30,000
This is the Go edition of AndroidOS in line with other entry level smartphones, this offers basic features. This handles basic tasks for watching videos, social media and surfing the web. It has a nice sturdy plastic build with a smooth finish that shimmers in the light.
SAMSUNG GALAXY GRANDPRIME– #24,000
This is now the cheapest of the entry level Galaxy smartphone brands in Nigeria. It is the first to come with the Android 4.4.4 (Kitkat). It features a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM.
The above shows the various cheap Samsung phones that are available in the Nigerian Market. Cheap is relative but with the present situation of the economy, these prices are considerably within reach. They are still available in Nigerian smartphone stores and are in demand. All fingers are not equal, but trust me when I say that Samsung had your exact finger size in mind when they designed and manufactured these phones. They can solve your immediate smartphone needs and are easily maintained and carried about in bags and pockets, they are versatile and durable in their specific features.
Samsung Galaxy Smartphone takes the cake when you talk of quality and durability, yet it is affordable for an average Nigerian to purchase. You can check gadgetsmart.ng for some of Samsung quality phones