It is a Nokia week this time. Why? All the best deals we could find are Nokia Android smartphones. Do have a look.
1. Nokia 4.2 (3GB + 32GB) for ₦36,990
The Nokia 4.2 launched last year alongside the Nokia 3.2. It is an Android One mid-range phone with a Snapdragon 439 processor and a pretty nice design (glass on both sides). It also has a dedicated Google Assistant button.
When it launched last year, it was priced at ₦49,000 for the 2GB + 16GB version and ₦59,500 for the 3GB RAM + 32GB version. Now you can pick up the 3GB + 32GB version for ₦36,990 on Jumia. Can a deal get better than this?
2. Nokia 3.2 (2GB + 16GB) for ₦29,990
Is your budget for a phone ₦30,000? Then the Nokia 3.2 is a good choice especially for its guaranteed updates which a lot of other phones can’t boast of. It launched in Nigeria for ₦40,000 last year, and now you can pick it up for ₦29,990 on Jumia. If you are bothered about the small storage capacity, it will please you to know that there is a dedicated MicroSD card slot. With that, you don’t have to sacrifice a SIM slot for more storage. If you ask me, I would say this is a better choice than the new Nokia 2.3 that is priced at ₦36,000 even though it has 32GB of built-in storage.
3. Nokia 5.1 Plus (3GB + 32GB) for ₦40,500
It has been 18 months since the Nokia 5.1 Plus was announced but the device is still up for another 12 months of software support which makes it a worthy addition to this list. Still sold for over ₦65,000 by some stores, grabbing it for ₦40,500 on Jumia means you are saving over N24,000.
The Nokia 5.1 Plus is scheduled to get Android 10 by the end of this quarter, so if you pick it up now, expect a new Android experience by the end of March 2020.
Nokia 2.1 (1GB + 8GB) for ₦18,500
If your budget is even lower than ₦20,000, then you can pick up a brand new Nokia 2.1 from me. This is an Android Go phone that launched in 2018. It has a dedicated MicroSD card slot and thanks to Android’s adaptive storage, you can set the MicroSD card as your default
That is not the best thing about this device though. The Nokia 2.1 has stereo front-facing speakers! This is a feature not found on a lot of budget phones or even upper mid-range phones but this entry-level phone has got it. It also packs a 4000mAh battery with support for 10W charging, has Dual SIM with LTE support unlike the new Nokia C1 which doesn’t support 4G networks. Last but not least, the Nokia 2.1 will get updated to Android 10 by the end of Q2 2020.
If you are interested, please call Habeeb on 08035231921. Do note that price is not inclusive of delivery cost.
That is all we have for you this week. Now, go grab these deals before they disappear.
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