Eight 4G LTE smartphones you can buy now for less than NGN50,000

Why should people bother about getting 4G LTE smartphones? In simple terms, 4G LTE means much faster, reliable internet. Everywhere you turn, 4G LTE is all the rave these days as far as mobile internet is concerned. In Nigeria, Cameroon and around Africa, mobile networks are deploying 4G data. In Nigeria, networks like Smile, Ntel and MTN Nigeria, among others, are getting on the 4G LTE train. So, you might want to get a smartphone that is compliant.

If your current smartphone does not support 4G LTE, here is a list of seven 4G LTE smartphones that you can buy right now for less than N50,000.

4G LTE smartphones

The 4G LTE smartphones

The following 4G LTE smartphones are listed according to price, ranging from the least to the most expensive.

  1. Lenovo Vibe P1m [review] – N33,000
  2. TECNO Camon C5 – N33,500
  3. BlackBerry Q5 – N34,000
  4. TECNO Boom J8 [review] – N42,000
  5. Huawei G-Power – N46,000
  6. BlackBerry Q10 – N46,000
  7. Infinix Note 2 ( 2GB RAM model) [review]- N48,000

Note that prices may vary across stores. Also, be sure to check your network’s LTE band before making your purchase, so you don’t end up with an incompatible 4G LTE smartphone. Happy shopping!

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8 comments

    1. What do you mean, it is telling? There is a Samsung Note variant that has LTE since 2012…

  1. /n simple terms, 4G LTE means much faster, reliable internet/

    Fast, yes.

    Reliable? Not necessarily.

    How come the 3.xG we have are not reliable? I doubt if reliability is predicated on the specific band…

  2. I’ll be sticking with my 3G phone for now, but I like that there’s budget friendly options for when 4G reaches my locale.

    1. Ola, feel free to contribute value to the discussion by listing them. We are sure other users will find any extra information that you provide useful.

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