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Full List of Samsung Phones and Prices in Nigeria| May 2024

By Oluchukwu Ikemefuna

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Are you here to find out about Samsung phones and prices in Nigeria? You are in the right place! There is no question that, in this present day and age, having a phone is very important. Smartphones, as they are called, are used for everything.

From communication to information to making money, phones are very important. Samsung phones are one of the most popular phones all over the world, including in Nigeria, and here is how they can make you more productive.

When assessing Samsung phones and prices in Nigeria, do you go for affordability, aesthetics, or the utmost utility?

A full list of the prices of Samsung phones in Nigeria can help you acquire a Samsung phone while working with your budget and requirements.

As Samsung adds new phones to its collection every year, it might be a little overwhelming to keep track of them all, especially those sold in Nigeria.

In this piece, we will go on an exploration of Samsung phones and prices in Nigeria, to help inform your choice on your next Samsung smartphone purchase.

To help you decide the best Samsung to get, along with prices, we have also included other information relating to specifications.

Prices of Samsung Phones in Nigeria 

Samsung galaxy smartphones come in three main series The S, the Z and the A. Depending on the series you are getting, the Samsung phones’ prices differ. 

A-Series

Galaxy A35 5G 

The prices of the Samsung Galaxy A35 5G between N462,000 and N540,000, based on specifications.

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.4GHz, 2 GHz
  • SIZE: 168.3mm (6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+8.0MP+5.0MP
  • MEMORY: 6GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Hall Sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

Galaxy A55 5G 

The prices of Samsung Galaxy A55 5G are about N589,000, N631,000 based on specs.

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR: 2.75GHz, 2GHz
  • SIZE: 168.3mm (6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 12.0MP+ 5.0MP
  • MEMORY: 8GB/128GB , 8GB/256GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Hall Sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

Galaxy A25 5G

The price of Samsung Galaxy A25 is about N355,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR: 2.4GHz, 2GHz
  • SIZE: 164.2mm (6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 8.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 6GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK:5G

Galaxy A15

The price of Samsung Galaxy A15 is about N190,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR: 2.2GHz, 2GHz
  • SIZE: 163.9mm (6.5’’)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 5.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY:8GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor,Geomagnetic sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A15 5G

The price of Samsung Galaxy A15 5G is N250,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR: 2.2GHz, 2GHz
  • SIZE:163.9mm(6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 5.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 6GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

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Galaxy A05s

The price of Samsung Galaxy A05s is about N183,500

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR: 2.40GHz, 1.9GHz
  • SIZE:170.8mm (6.7”)
  • REAR CAMERA:50.0MP+ 2.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY:4GB/64GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Light Sensor,  Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK:4G

Galaxy A05

The price of Samsung A05 is about N120,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.0GHz, 1.8 GHz
  • SIZE: 171.3mm (6.7”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 4GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A24  

The price of galaxy A24 is about N100,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.2GHz, 2 GHz
  • SIZE: 164.2mm (6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+5.0MP+2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 6GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A34 5G

The price of a Samsung A34 is about N400,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.6GHz, 2 GHz
  • SIZE: 166.5mm (6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 48.0MP+8.0MP+5.0MP
  • MEMORY: 6GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Hall Sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

Galaxy A54 5G

The price of a Samsung A54 is about N480,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.4GHz, 2 GHz
  • SIZE: 163.1mm(6.4”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+12.0MP+5.0MP
  • MEMORY: 8GB/256GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Hall Sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

Galaxy A145G

The price of a Samsung A14 5G is about N300,000 

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.2GHz, 2 GHz
  • SIZE: 167.2mm (6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 2.0MP+2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 4GB/64GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor,  Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

Galaxy A14

The price of a Samsung A14 is about N200,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2 GHz
  • SIZE: 167.2mm (6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 5.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 4GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A04e

The price of a Samsung A04e is about N120,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.3GHz, 1.8 GHz
  • SIZE: 165.5mm (6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 13.0M + 2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 3GB/64GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A04

The price of a Samsung A04 is about N120,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.3GHz, 1.8 GHz
  • SIZE: 165.5mm(6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 4GB/ 64GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy  A04s

The price of a Samsung AO4 is about N140,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR : 2 GHz
  • SIZE: 165.5mm(6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+ 2.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 3GB/32GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, virtual Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A73 5G

The price of a Samsung A73 5G is about N400,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.4GHz, 1.8 GHz
  • SIZE: 169.5mm(6.7”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 108.0MP+ 12.0MP+ 5.0MP+ 5.0MP
  • MEMORY: 8GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

Galaxy A23

The price of a Samsung A23 is about N150,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.4GHz, 1.9GHz
  • SIZE: 167.2mm(6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+5.0MP+2.0MP+2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 4GB/64GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Virtual Light Sensing, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A13

The price of a Samsung Galaxy A13 is about N200,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2 GHz
  • SIZE: 167.3mm(6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 50.0MP+5.0MP+2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 4GB/64GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A03s

The price of a Samsung Galaxy A03s is about N110,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR : 2 .3GHz , 1.8GHz
  • SIZE: 165.5mm(6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 13.0MP+ 2.0MP+ 2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 3GB/32GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Light Sensor,  Proximity Sensor
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A03

The price of a Samsung Galaxy A03 is about N120,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR : 1.6GHz
  • SIZE: 165.5mm(6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 48.0MP+2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 3GB/32GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor
  • NETWORK: 4G

Galaxy A12

The price of a Samsung A12 is about N90,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.3GHz, 1.8 GHz
  • SIZE: 165.5mm(6.5”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 48.0MP+5.0MP+2.0MP+2.0MP
  • MEMORY: 4GB/64GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor,Virtual Light Sensing, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 4G

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Galaxy A80

The price of a Samsung is about N200,000

  • CPU TYPE: Octa-core
  • PROCESSOR :2.2GHz, 1.8GHz
  • SIZE: 170.3mm(6.6”)
  • REAR CAMERA: 48.0MP+8.0MP+ HQVGA
  • MEMORY: 8GB/128GB
  • SENSORS: Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Hall Sensor, RGB  Light Sensor, Virtual Proximity Sensing
  • NETWORK: 5G

With the Samsung A series, the greater the number after the A, the better the specifications as seen above. With the A series, a starter model is released, then every year, a new series is released and the numbers start to rise.

For example, the Samsung A35 is the successor to Samsung Galaxy A34. Also, the Samsung A55 is the successor of the Samsung A54.

The Galaxy A55 5G and A35 5G are the latest in the series were released on March 15, 2024.

The S Series

The Galaxy s series are some of the sleekest phones ever made with a powerful camera and good battery to go with. I can definitely not create a list of Samsung phone prices in Nigeria without adding them as well.

  1. Galaxy S24 Ultra

Price: N1,615,000

We cover everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra in this guide. You can also check out the price of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra in Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa in this piece.

  • Galaxy s24

Price: N1,090,000

  1. Galaxy S24+

Price: N1,236,000

  1. Galaxy S23 Fe

Price: N850,000

  1. Galaxy S23

Price: N800,000

  1. Galaxy S23+

Price: N900,000+

  1. Galaxy S23 Ultra

Price: N1,000,000

The Galaxy Z series

Due to its uniqueness, these series count as part of the most expensive Samsung devices. A list of its latest releases’ prices is given below:

  1. Galaxy Z-fold 5 

Price: N2,000,000

  1. Galaxy Z-flip 5

Price: N1,500,000

Which Samsung Series Is Better to Get?

While a price range can be very effective in making decisions about which Samsung phone to get, there might also be a bit of confusion.

Questions like “Why should I choose an A series over an S series?” The Z series just pulls me in; how is it better than the rest?” We will be answering these questions accordingly.

Technically, there is no series “better” than the other. Samsung created each series with specific functions in mind and hence, choosing any series depends on what you need from the smartphone.

Reasons the Galaxy S Series Might Appeal to You

The Galaxy S series was designed with high performance and advanced technical capacity in mind. Hence, if you are the type to use your smart phone a lot for work-related or technical reasons, the S Samsung series will be a good fit. After all, the S in the Galaxy S stands for Super Smart.

For example, if you are a gamer, a video content creator, a photographer or you use your phone for energy-intensive tasks, you should consider a Galaxy S series.

However, if you are the type that uses a smartphone just for communication or to upload a typical WhatsApp status or Instagram post, you might not need the S series after all.

If you are the type who loves the luxurious feel of a phone, the S series is definitely for you.

Also read: 6 Reasons Why Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is Better than the iPhone 15 Pro Max

Why You Might Opt for the Galaxy A Series

The Samsung Galaxy “Alpha” A series was designed to just give a good overall smartphone experience. Surely, the series is better than many Android phones out there, especially with their latest releases of the Galaxy A55 and Galaxy A35.

Its battery life is good, although not as good as that of the Galaxy S’s. If you are not the type to use your phone for demanding tasks, this could be your best bet. And it is also created for affordability, especially if your budget is a little tight.

Reasons to Consider the Galaxy Z Series

The Samsung Galaxy Z series stands out in a way. Different from all other Android devices out there, they are foldable. The X series could either be Flip or Fold.

Both are great options. However, many people appear to complain about the crease that the foldability causes. A Z-fold was created for easy carriage; you can easily flip it open and close like a compact powder, which allows it to fit into small spaces.

The Galaxy Fold can double as a mini-tablet because it can be opened and closed like a book. The Samsung galaxy Z series are suitable for multitasking. And they are also really unique and pretty, so that counts too.

Comparing the Three Series in Terms of Design, Speed, Camera Quality, Battery and Charging.

Like we said earlier, the plan is not just to discuss Samsung phones and prices in Nigeria, we want to make sure you are armed with the requisite knowledge that can help you make an informed choice on your next Samsung smartphone purchase.

In this section, we will make comparison between the Galaxy A, S, and Z series, in terms of design, speed, and camera quaality. We will also compare their batteries and charging rates.

Design

The S series and Z series trump the A series in this regard. The Galaxy A smartphones have a plastic back in contrast to the glass cover of the Galaxy S, which makes them look luxurious. The plastic cover of the A series makes them lighter, though.

Speed

The Z series have very powerful processors since they were designed for multi-tasking, so you can easily switch between apps with great speed.

The S series, too, which are designed for power-intensive tasks, have a powerful processor, which curtails lagging. The A series are suitable for standard use. Use of light apps like Instagram or WhatsApp does not affect the speed.

Also read: Samsung And Apple In A Competition To Develop A Blood Sugar Monitor Without Diabetes Needles.

Camera Quality

Since Galaxy S series are used for phone-intensive tasks like photography, the camera quality is focused and sharp.

With the telephoto lens, you can zoom in up to three times without a reduction in quality, in the Ultra versions of the latest models, you can zoom in up to 10 times while the focus is still sharp.

The A series has no telephoto lens to zoom in and out without a drastic loss in quality. It still has very sharp cameras during the day but at night or with low light, the picture is blurry.

The Z series camera are almost at the level of the S series in regards to taking clear photos both in daylight and lowlight. The Z flips also have no telephoto lens like the A series, but with the Z folds, you can zoom in two times instead of the usual 3 of the S series.

Battery and Charging

Samsung A smartphones cannot be charged wirelessly. However, both the Galaxy S and Galaxy Z can be charged wirelessly.

The A series have large batteries which can last long with moderate use, however they typically charge more slowly than the Galaxy S and Galaxy Z which can charge in an average of one hour.

Which Samsung Phone Has the Best Camera in 2024

The S series have always had the most clearly focused camera, along with a lot of features for resolution. The Ultra version of any S series also has greatly enhanced cameras.

The latest Samsung Galaxy S ultra which is the Galaxy S24 ultra phone has the best camera and is very versatile.

The Most Recent Samsung Releases in 2024

Galaxy A55 5G

Galaxy A35 5G

Galaxy s24+

Galaxy S24

Galaxy S24 Ultra

Galaxy Z-Fold 5

Galaxy Z-Flip 5

Conclusion

Hopefully, with this comprehensive guide, you can make the right choice on which Samsung phone to get. Follow us on X or Twitter, @SiliconAfriTech for seamless access to other interesting reads.

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