We’ve compiled a list of the Best 10 Cheapest phones you can get in Nigeria for the year 2018.

1. KIICAA Power

₦20,000 – ₦23,000
5.2″ Display, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 4000 mAh Battery

2. Tecno WX3 P

₦26,000 – ₦27,000
5000 mAh Battery, 5″ Display, 5 MP Camera front & back, 1 GB RAM, 8GB Storage

3.Tecno Spark K7

₦32,000 – ₦34,000
5.5″ Display, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 3000 mAh battery

4. Infinix Hot 5

₦37,000 – ₦40,000
5.5″ Display, 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 4000 mAh Battery

5. Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus

₦37,000 – ₦40,000
5.0″ Display,  8 GB Storage, 1.5 GB RAM, 8 MP rear Camera, 2600 mAh Battery

6. Nokia 3

₦40,000 – ₦45,000
5.0″ Display, 8 MP Cameras front & back, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 2630 mAh Battery

7. Infinix Hot 4

₦42,000 – ₦45,000
– 5.5″ Display, 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 4000mAh

8. Innjoo Max 3

₦43,000 – ₦45,000
– 6″ display, 4000 mAh battery, 2GB RAM, 16 GB Storage, 13 MP rear Camera

9. Tecno Camon CX Air

₦43,000 – ₦47,000
– 5.5″ Display, 13 MP Cameras front/back, 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 3200 mAh Battery

10. Gionee M5 Mini

₦45,000 – ₦47,000
– 5″ Display, 4000 mAh Battery, 8 megapixels rear camera and 5 megapixels front camera, 16GB Storage, 2GB RAM

Are you facing issues on your Infinix Hot 4 smartphone? Here are some common Infinix Hot 4 problems and their solutions.

Problem: Low Internal Memory

The most annoying of all messages that one would like to see. This means that you have to let go of the old photos, apps and junk files that you have stocked up on your beloved device. But before you hit the delete button to make way for more, have you tried backing up these files to the cloud?

Cloud services these days like Dropbox, Google Photos for Photos and Google drive for the documents are a convenient way to save on your device’s internal memory.

And if your Android smartphone allows for adaptable storage, you can combine the external storage with the internal storage, thus increasing the overall storage manifolds.

But not all smartphones are blessed with expandable memory, so the options narrow down a bit. But worry not, there’s always a silver lining. One can opt for apps like

One can opt for apps like SD Maid which helps to clean up the junk. And trust me, you will be amazed by the amount of space that it clears.

Problem: Battery Issues

Undoubtedly, the battery is the spine of a smartphone. The Android experience tends to sour a lot if one has to plug in to charge the phone every now. But all is not lost, with a little care, a smartphone battery can be made to live a longer life.

Every phone battery comes with a fixed amount of cycles. These cycles tend to wear off the more you charge your phone. So, it’s highly recommended that keeping the charge between 80% and 8% increases the battery life almost 200%.

And before we proceed any further, let me emphasize again that killing off app doesn’t really do any good. Instead, you can opt to lower the brightness of the screen, go for doze mode if the phone isn’t in use or reduce the background data refresh of apps. And if you can really afford it, you can switch off the location sharing for apps.

Problem: Phone is running slow

A few years down the line, an Android phone is a much slower version of itself. But other than its age, there are many contributions on our part that slows down a phone. One of many such reasons is the number of apps and the types of apps.

Unless your phone comes with the latest processor like the SD 821 or 835 and a high storage capacity, an unusually high volume of apps is the main reason for a slow phone. And as mentioned in the first point, heavy apps like Facebook and Google Chrome can also slow down your precious phone.

There are a couple more fixes which you can explore on your own. Our post on the same topic should get your Android back to its feet again.

Problem: App not downloading

Apps not downloading from the Play Store can surely play a spoilsport in the hours of need. Often the culprit is a set of corrupt cache. All you have to do is head over to the app settings and clear the cache data.

Another sure-shot alternative is to erase the Google Play store history. Go to settings and tap on clear local history.

And if the above doesn’t work, you can delete the default Google account associated with the phone and add it again to solve the problem.

Problem: Delayed notifications

Delayed notifications can prove to be a spoiler, especially when you are on the go. For instance, you can miss out on an important mail from your boss. One of the main reasons for delayed or no notification is the Power Saver option that many smartphone ROMs comes built with.

There’s little doubt that they do a fantastic job of extending the battery life, but have you wondered at what costs? These ‘features’ often cuts the data connectivity when the phone is in sleep mode thus cutting the apps from their only mode of communication.

So if you have the power saver feature switched on, you can try switching it off and see the difference. Another major issue that we folks tend to so a lot is killing the background apps. This habit not only forces the app to stop mid-way but also proves to be disastrous for your phone in the long run.

Problem: Wi-Fi shutting down

Data connectivity to a smartphone is crucial to its functioning whether it’s cellular data you are connected to or the Wi-Fi data. And one of the common issues while connected to Wi-Fi is that the data switch back to cellular network as soon as the phone goes to sleep. Exasperating, right?

Worry not, this too can be fixed in a jiffy? The above issue occurs due to the Wi-Fi sleep policy of Android. Head over to the Advanced Wi-Fi settings and set the  Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep to Never. This way the switch-over never happens.

Problem: Autocorrect issues

If you ask me, I have been plagued by this issue ever so frequently. A habitual typo-master, often misspelt words enter the dictionary of the keyboard. Thankfully, there’s an easy way out of this. It only requires a bit of pro-activeness on your part.

So the next time you see a miss-spelt word on the suggestion tray of your keyboard, just long-press on it and tap on remove. This works on most of the popular keyboard apps like Gboard, SwiftKey, Ginger, etc.

Another problem with third-party keyboards is that these often seems to freeze or just refuses to show up when you need them the most. Solution? Opt for a lighter keyboard like the Gboard with fewer fancy features.

Problem: Apps malfunctioning

Many times, we come across some apps that just get aborted multiple times or a few which just goes on displaying ads that don’t allow you do anything else.

A safe way out of this situation is to boot the phone in safe mode. Once a phone is booted into the safe mode you’ll notice that all the third party apps are disabled. So all you have to do is tap on the uninstall button.

The Tecno DroidPad 8D is a dual SIM tablet with 4G LTE support.

The Tecno DroidPad 8D also know as DroidPad 8II or Tecno DroidPad 8 2 was announced in April 2016 and was released later in the Month.

Key Specs & Features

  • Display: 8.0-inch, 800 x 1280 pixels, IPS capacitive touchscreen
  • Dimension: 211 x 123 x 8.3 mm
  • Processor: Mediatek MT8753P, 64-bit Quad-core 1.0 GHz Cotex-A53, Mali-T720
  • OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop
  • Storage: 1 GB RAM, 16 GB Internal storage
  • Camera: 5 MP, autofocus, with LED flash. 2 MP with soft flash
  • Network: GSM: GSM 900 / 1800 |3G: HSDPA 900 / 2100 |4G: FDD-LTE 2100 / 1800 / 2600 / 800
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth: v4.0, WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, GPS, USB: microUSB 2.0; USB-OTG (OTG cable included in box)
  • Battery: Fast Charge; Reverse Charge, Non-removable Li-ion 5000 mAh
  • Other:

Get On Jumia ₦ 49,700

Pricing and Availabilty

The Tecno DroidPad 8D is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Tecno DroidPad 8D price in Nigeria ranges from 40,000 Naira to 50,000 Naira .

Nokia returns to the Smartphone market with its Android-based Nokia 6. This is the first Nokia phone from HMD Global, the company that secured exclusive license to build Nokia phones late 2016. The Nokia 6 is a mid-range device with impressive build and specs.

Key Specs & Features

  • Display: 5.5-inch IPS Display, 1080 x 1920 pixels (403ppi)
  • Dimension: 154 x 75.8 x 7.85 mm
  • Processor: 1.4GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 CPU with 3GB/4GB RAM
  • OS: Android 7.1.1 (Nougat)
  • Storage: 32GB or 64GB Storage, up to 128GB memory card
  • Camera: 16MP Rear Camera and 8MP Front Camera
  • Network: 4G LTE
  • Battery: 3000 mAh Battery with Fast Charging
  • Other: Fingerprint Sensor

Get on Jumia ₦100,000

Pricing and Availabilty

The Nokia 6 is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Nokia 6 price in Nigeria ranges from 85,000 Naira to 150,000 Naira .

The Tecno T528 is a dual sim feature phone with a Back Camera and flash. The phone also has FM Radio and Bluetooth.

Key Specs & Features

  • Display: 2.8″
  • Dimension: 130 x 57 x 14.5mm
  • OS: MOS
  • Storage: 16MB ROM + 8MB RAM
  • Camera: Back Camera with flash
  • Network:  GSM Band: GSM900/DCS1800MHz
  • Battery: 2500mah
  • Other: Bluetooth, Dual SIM

Get on Jumia ₦ 6,800

Pricing and Availabilty

The Tecno T528 is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Tecno T528 price in Nigeria ranges from 7,000 Naira to 10,000 Naira .

The Tecno T472 feature phone comes with a 1150mAh battery, bluetooth, a back camera with flash.

Key Specs & Features

  • Display:  2.8″ Screen
  • Dimension: 126 x 57 x 11.17mm
  • OS: MOS
  • Storage: 4MB ROM +4MB RAM and Memory Card slot
  • Camera: Back Camera
  • Network: GSM Band: GSM900/DCS1800MHz
  • Battery: 1150mAh
  • Other: Dual Sim, Bluetooth

Get on Jumia ₦ 7,000

Pricing and Availabilty

The Tecno T472 is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Tecno T472 price in Nigeria ranges 7,000 from Naira to 8,000 Naira .

The Tecno T484 comes with a back camera with Flash, a 4000mAh battery and runs on MOS OS. It is also equipped with FM Radio and has two SIM slots.

Key Specs & Features

  • Display: 2.8″
  • OS: MOS
  • Storage: 8MB ROM and 8MB RAM
  • Camera: Back camera with Flash
  • Network: GSM Band: GSM900/DCS1800MHz
  • Battery: 4000mah
  • Other: Dual sim card, FM radio, Bluetooth

Get on Jumia ₦ 7,240

Pricing and Availabilty

The Tecno T484 is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Tecno T484 price in Nigeria ranges from 7,000 Naira to 9,000  Naira .

The Tecno T401 is a feature phone that comes with three standby sim slots and a large battery capacity of 1150mAH.

Key Specs & Features

  • Display: 2.4″
  • Dimension: 120.1*50.5*12.55mm
  • Storage: 4mb ROM + 4mb RAM
  • Camera: Back camera with Flash
  • Network: GSM
  • Battery: 11500mah battery
  • Other: FM radio, 3 sim slots
Get on Jumia ₦ 6,000

Pricing and Availabilty

The Tecno T401 is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Tecno T401 price in Nigeria ranges from 6,000 Naira to 8,000 Naira .

The Tecno T350 is a basic phone with 4MB RAM and 4MB ROM. It has a long lasting battery capacity of 1500mah.

Key Specs & Features

  • Display: 1.77′ screen
  • Dimension: 117*49.8*12.81m
  • OS: Mos
  • Storage: 4mb ROM + 4mb RAM
  • Camera: Back camera
  • Network: GSM/GPRS
  • Battery: 1500mAh
Get on Jumia ₦ 4,400 

Pricing and Availabilty

The Tecno T350 is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Tecno T350 price in Nigeria ranges from 4,000 Naira to 5,000 Naira.

The Tecno T660 is another phone from Tecno’s range of Feature phones. The dual-sim phone comes with a 1.3 MP rear Camera, FM Radio and  a 1100mah battery.

Tecno T660 Key Specs & Features

  • Display: 2.4″
  • Dimension: 123*52*10.25 mm
  • Processor: mt6260a
  • OS: Java
  • Storage: 16mb, no SD card slot
  • Camera: 1.3 MP 1280×960 pixels
  • Network: GSM 900 MHz/1800mhz
  • Battery: 1100mah Li-ion
Get on Jumia ₦ 8,500

Pricing and Availabilty

The Tecno T660 is available in Nigeria and can be purchased at major online stores. The Tecno T660 price in Nigeria ranges from 8,000 Naira to 9,000 Naira .