Price Of Samsung Phones In Nigeria

Price Of Samsung Phones In Nigeria

Samsung is one of the known manufacturers of top-notch smartphones. The company always works out ways to bring fans good devices at affordable price tags. Although, there are some Samsung-made smartphones that seem to be sold costly in Nigeria as a result of the embedded features. Whenever you wish to purchase a smartphone with superior camera quality, you should also consider getting a Samsung smartphone.

Price Of Samsung Phones In Nigeria

Below are a few Samsung smartphones and their prices in Nigeria.

 

  1. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 12GB RAM + 256GB ROM is currently sold for ₦570,000.
  2. Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM is currently sold for ₦519,990.
  3. Samsung Galaxy S21 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM is currently sold for ₦470,900.
  4. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 12GB RAM + 256GB ROM is currently sold for ₦285,000.
  5. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 8GB RAM + 128GB ROM is currently sold for ₦252,100.
  6. Samsung Galaxy A12 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM is currently sold for ₦87,500.
  7. Samsung Galaxy M31 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM is currently sold for ₦129,500.
  8. Samsung Galaxy A22 4GB RAM + 128GB ROM is currently available for ₦115,810.
  9. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM is currently available for ₦134,000.
  10. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 12GB RAM + 256GB ROM is currently available for ₦550,000.
  11. Samsung Galaxy A71 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM is currently sold for ₦200,000.
  12. Samsung Galaxy A02 3GB RAM + 64GB ROM is currently available for ₦65,500.
  13. Samsung Galaxy A21s, 4GB RAM + 128GB ROM is currently available for ₦125,000.
  14. Samsung Galaxy Note Edge 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM is currently available for ₦59,890.
  15. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is currently available for ₦73,900 or lesser.
  16. Samsung Galaxy S4  2GB RAM + 16GB ROM is currently available for ₦24,990.
Stephen Ekpa
Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.