Cheap & Affordable #Smartphones For #NigerianStudents

Photo: `Business Insider
Photo: `Business Insider

We all know what its like to be a student on a student budget but with an eye for the best technology has to offer.

An efficient smartphone for any uni student is not a deal breaker.

So we’ve helped to search for the best smartphones around that are very affordable including places to buy or order them form.


Nokia Lumia 530 ₦15,750.00 from SLOT

Power Packed

New Nokia Lumia 530 brings you the very latest Windows phone 8.1 experience at an incredible price. Enjoy super-smooth apps that open instantly, webpages that never stall and all the newest smartphone features and innovations. All thanks to the power of a 1.2 GHz quad core processor.

 One of a kind

Choose from over 250,000 apps in the Windows Phone Store, including favourites like Instagram, Vine, Twitter and Flipboard. With Live Tiles you can pin your choice of apps, people, websites and more to your Start screen. You can also save your apps to an external micro-SD card, up to 128GB*. Plus, you can select your own colour scheme, background image, and interchangeable coloured shell. Giving you the power to make your phone as individual as you are.
* SD cards sold separately

Value packed

Lumia 530 comes with all the best experiences built-in. Be more productive with real Microsoft Office, find your way with Maps, and access thousands of your favourite tracks with MixRadio.
And with 15GB of OneDrive storage included, all your photos, videos and documents are automatically backed up. What’s more, your friends can view them securely from anywhere as soon as you’re ready to share.

Mega shareable
Take your photos to the next level with the 5MP camera and Nokia Camera app. Now you can take full creative control of your photos with all the latest Nokia Camera features, then show the world with Nokia Storyteller, Instagram and your favourite social networks.

Switching is easy

The Transfer my Data app copies all your contacts so you can call, mail, chat and socialise right away, while the Windows Phone app syncs your iTunes collection to your new phone. You can also sync contacts and calendar appointments using with a Microsoft account like Hotmail or Outlook or with a Gmail account.



HTC Desire 310 V1- N21 000 from Konga

The HTC Desire 310 is HTC’s lowest-cost smartphone putting it in direct competition with the budget favourite, the Motorola Moto G

You might see it as a simple upgrade to last year’s HTC Desire 300, but it also adds-in most of the software features seen in top-end HTC phones like the HTC One M8. For people who like that HTC software flavour, the Desire 310 is worth checking out.

All with dual SIM capability for expanded use.




TECNO H3 N10 000 from SLOT

The simple and fashion design of TECNO H3 gives you a comfortable hold feeling and shows the beauty of simplicity. The dual camera is always at your fingertips and the large battery capacity enables you to fully enjoy increased user time and standby time.

Key Features 
Android 4.4, KitKat,3.75G Network,1.0GHz Dual-core Processor,3.5″ HVGA Touchscreen,5.0 MP Back Camera with Flash,2.0 MP Front Camera,4GB ROM + 512MB RAM,OTG,Facebook,Google Play,Gmail,Google Maps,Flash Share,Palmchat


Huawei Ascend Y330 N12 000 from SLOT

With a large 1,500mAh battery, the Huawei Ascend Y330 can stay charged for up to 320 hours on standby or 5 hours of phone calls. It’s powered by a 1.3GHz dual core processor and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and has a decent 4″ display. The screen resolution is 480×800, which means you get a good pixel density of 233 pixels per inch. There’s also a nice 3MP camera that can take 480p video and everything can be stored to the 4GB of inbuilt memory or to a microSD card up to 32GB. It’ll survive a drop or two, and every part of it has been well thought out. And with loads of colours to choose from


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