Most Expensive iPhones and Their Prices in Nigeria.
So many brands have taken it upon themselves to provide devices that check all the boxes of what a great smartphone should have. From design to functionality, sleekness, camera quality, water-resistance, battery life, full HD screen, and more. Communication, work output, entertainment, and everything else just got even more appealing! Right from time, Apple Inc. has gone all-out to release iPhone models that are simply irresistible. With each new model, there’s always something unique to look out for. Well, you might just be wondering why their phones cost as much as they do. In this article, we’ll be reviewing some of the most expensive iPhones in Nigeria, their prices, and specifications.
Let’s help you find out the value you’ll be getting if you finally decide to pick up one of them on SellOff.ng.
Most Expensive iPhones in Nigeria.
These models have not been listed in any particular order. However, it is also safe to call these four the latest iPhone smartphones released by the creative and innovative Apple Inc.
With a storage capacity of 64GB, 128GB or 256GB and a 6.1-inch diagonal all-screen LCD, this device is worth every penny you spend to acquire it. Its water-resistance is not as high as the other models, however, it still has some resistance and makes use of the A12 Bionic chip for speed on all grounds. This device is pocket-friendly and weighs about 6.84 ounces with a height of 5.94 inches and width of 2.98 inches which makes it fit into your palm perfectly. You will also enjoy quality camera, video and audio calls, a fair battery life, face ID, and so much more on this iOS 12 enabled device. This model has 5 colour variations (yellow, red, white, coral, blue, and black) and costs about ₦249,000 - ₦360,000 depending on your preferred storage capacity.
This phone presents you just the right amount of everything. Also, your friends no longer have an excuse for taking a poor photo of you. Created with a dual-camera system, it is 12MP wide and 12MP ultra-wide which results in 3 times faster autofocus and helps you capture every moment brilliantly across all its cameras. With its Smart HDR, your device gets to recognise people for who they are and treat them accordingly. It also contains the A13 Bionic advanced chip that increases the speed of everything you do as well as its battery life. Some other amazing features of this phone are its Liquide Retina HD 6.1” LCD display, audio sharing ability, wireless and fast charging feature, night mode, watch up to 17 hours of video, with an aluminium and glass design which makes it even more durable. This model has up to 3 options in terms of storage capacity; 64GB, 128Gb, and 256GB, so the choice is yours. It is available in 6 pretty colours - purple, yellow, green, black, white and red. Budget about ₦550,000 - ₦600,000 if you choose to buy this phone in Nigeria.
iPhone 11 Pro
Apart from its storage capacity of up to 512GB, there’s something extra. Sure, you guessed right, the third camera. Although it has the same MP sizes as iPhone 11, this smartphone is as good as a digital camera, if not better. It is available in 4 colour variations (midnight green, silver, space grey, and gold). For a period of 30 minutes, your phone can survive water of up to 4 meters deep without any casualty which is 2 times the capability of an iPhone 11. It is also made with stainless steel material and glass design which gives it a sleek and elegant look. With this phone, you can become a photographer and photo editor in no time as it lets you take pictures with its powerful triple camera, edit, apply the night mode and lighting effects easily. An iPhone 11 Pro has a super retina XDR 5.8” or 6.5” OLED display and has up to 4 hours more battery life than iPhone Xs. You’ll get this phone in Nigeria for about ₦552,000 - ₦600,000.
Released in 2020, the 2nd generation of iPhone SE phones are a lot more advanced than the 1st. Though the company created this phone with the goal of being the cheapest iPhone ever, it still stands as one of the most expensive iPhones when compared to some of the latest releases. This device operates on iOS 13 which is more personal, secure, and efficient when compared to the other operating systems in previous models. With the A3 Bionic chip in it, this device functions more like an iPhone 11 Pro when considering the infusion of augmented reality in the usage of the device. Enjoy an outstanding focus on the subject when you take a picture with this phone as it blurs the background just the way you like it. Some of the notable features of this handy machine include impressive battery life, about 30% faster Wi-Fi speed, dual SIM, water-resistant to 1 meter for 30 minutes, touch ID, studio-quality lighting effect, extremely high definition graphic quality.
This phone cost ₦230,000 - ₦300,000 in Nigeria and comes in black, white, and red colour variations.
iPhone 12 Models
The iPhone 12 comes with several models including the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. These phones are the latest and most expensive iPhones in the Nigerian market today. To get one of these phones you’ll need between ₦530K - ₦780k and you can get a fairly used one for less this price if you get a good deal. Let’s get straight into some of the amazing features of these iPhone models.
In the history of Apple, their iPhone 12 model is the first to come with 5G technology and this translates to an improved speed for downloads and uploads, greater responsive gaming, FaceTime in HD, real-time interactivity, secure and faster internet connection and more. With this development as well as the Smart Data mode feature, you can also enjoy extended battery life while engaging in activities that are normally power consuming. The sleek design of these iPhones is highly commendable. For example, an iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro is 11% thinner, 15% smaller and 16% lighter while it has a screen size of 6.1 inches which is an all-screen OLED display. The iPhone 12 mini has a screen size of 5.4. Its ceramic shield is tougher than any existing smartphone glass and the IP68 rating for water resistance is up to 6 meters for a period of about 30 minutes.
These phones are available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB in blue, green, black, white, and red. Operating on A14 Bionic which is the fastest chip in a smartphone, the iPhone 12 models can shoot Dolby Vision. This is a great device for picture lovers. You can enjoy taking pictures at whatever time of the day with its wide and ultra-wide cameras that bring in 27% more light. All details in a picture are very visible even in the dark. It also has up to 32 LTE band more than any other smartphone which brings about an impressive speed for downloading anything online. On this device, you can use two sim cards, unlike most iPhones. Sadly, if you have an older iPhone version, it is impossible to upgrade it to work with the 5G technology.
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