How Much Is iPhone 8 In Nigeria?

In the 2017-launched Apple iPhone 8, we saw a significant upgrade into the production lineup, offering robust construction, impressive cameras, Retina HD display, a glass body, wireless charging, and louder speakers.

Even though recently released phones like the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max seem to have suppressed the spotlight on older models like iPhone 8, the latter remains one of the most purchased phones in Nigeria today.

The article below will look at the current cost of the iPhone 8 in Nigerian stores and specifications, and key features to keep in mind.

Latest iPhone 8 price in Nigeria

It is a good thing that there is a plethora of information that gives details on the current prices of most iPhone series, and iPhone 8 is not left out. But the cost of the iPhone 8 from the date it was available to Nigerian consumers have been changing, and so we did recent research on how much the IOS phone cost right now.

The cost of buying an Apple iPhone 8 right now in Nigeria starts from anywhere around N190,000 for the 256GB model, while the 64 GB model costs N145,000.

So, as with other iPhone models, the prices of the iPhone 8 varies as per the storage space. But in addition, factors like location and the phone’s condition also influence the cost.

Speaking about condition, it is essential to note that the iPhone 8 plus is available in Nigeria but mainly in UK/US use.

Key features and specifications of iPhone 8

When the iPhone 8 is discussed, one thing that comes to mind is how quickly it went obsolete after launch.
Since this cannot address, we should not ignore the groundbreaking innovation that came with this masterpiece. The 8 and 8 Plus were the first (ever) iPhone phones to support wireless charging.

In addition to this, the phone is available in 2G / 3G / 4G connectivity with 4.7 inches display, plus LED-backlit IPS LCD Touchscreen display — (750 x 1334 pixels)

It is integrated with iOS 11 software and built with Hexa-core CPU (Apple A11 Bionic) processor. Memory is 2GB RAM | 64/256GB ROM, while for camera, the front is equipped with 7 MP (f/2.2, Face detection, HDR, 1080p), and then 12 MP (f/1.8, PDAF, OIS, quad-LED flash, 2160p@24/30/60fps video) for the rear.

Is iPhone 8 worth buying?

When it comes to picking a particular model of iPhone to buy, the decision making boils down to budget and preference.

If you know what you are looking out for in the next phone you want to buy, ensure that you check out whether the Apple iPhone 8 specs match what you are looking for.

As for the cost, it is relatively affordable now compared to when it first came out. But higher models in the iPhone lineup offer better technology and smart life, which can be bought with just a few Nairas added to the money for iPhone 8.

P.S: The information about the price of this device isn’t always 100% accurate since the cost of the device may change with time. However, we try to update this article as often as needed to get current information.

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