7 Best Android Go Phones, Specs and Prices in Nigeria (2018)

Are you looking to buy an Android Go smartphone today? This post by NAIJAKNOWHOW is going to cover everything you need to know about the current Google's Go operating system for Android, as well as the best Android Go phones and their latest prices for those looking to make a buying decision.

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BEST AND LATEST ANDROID GO PHONES AND PRICES IN NIGERIA
BEST AND LATEST ANDROID GO PHONES AND PRICES IN NIGERIA

Android Go is definitely here to fix inexpensive phones. These type of smartphones running these super optimised operating systems are called ‘Android Go phones‘. This post by NAIJAKNOWHOW is going to cover everything you need to know about the current Google operating system for Android, as well as the best Android Go phones and their latest prices for those looking to make a buying decision.

The Android Oreo (Go edition) was developed specifically for entry-level smartphones and comes pre-installed with stripped down, ‘offline-first’ versions of popular Google apps such as YouTube Go, Gmail Go and other “Gos”.

Android Go which Google would like us to refer to as “Android Oreo (Go Edition),” is meant to run on inexpensive, low-end devices: devices without much processing power, with limited amounts of RAM, and with a low amount of storage.

Android Go Edition

For those who don’t know how to manage data on their device, be aware that the Android Go is also meant for people with limited internet connectivity and expensive data plans that need to be carefully conserved.

To address those problems, Google has done three key things:

  • Make Android run better on phones with 1GB of RAM or less
  • Make Android (the OS itself) take up less space
  • Make Android’s preinstalled apps take up less space and use less data

Needless to say, the Go edition devices are targeted primarily at first-timers so, don’t expect all the bells and whistles of a mid to high-end smartphone.

With that said, I hope this helps you understand why phones running Android Go OS have low RAM and ROM?

Now let’s quickly delve right in. Here is a compilation for some of the best Android Go phones you should consider buying in Nigeria, and they’re in no particular order!

Table of Contents

7 Best Android Go Phones You Can Buy in Nigeria Right Now!

1. itel A32F

itel Android Go Phone Under ₦20,000

iTel A32F

This A32F smartphone contains features that are worthwhile. Some of which are: 8GB internal storage; Android Oreo Go edition; 1GB RAM; fingerprint scanner and a host of others. Check out the itel A32F full specs and features!

Here are the itel A32F key specifications…

KEY SPECS
Display 5-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen, 640 x 480 pixels
OS Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition)
Processor Quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek Processor
Storage 8GB ROM + 1GB RAM (MicroSD card up to 32GB)
Camera 5MP Rear/2MP Front (With LED light)
Battery 2,050mAh
Price N19,990

2. TECNO F1

TECNO Android Go Phone Under ₦20,000

TECNO F1 Android Go Edition

TECNO F1 is a 5 inches device that comes with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage that can be upgraded to 32GB using a microSD card. This device is built for speed according to TECNO, it sports a MediaTek chip with a 4-core processor and 32-bit CPU architecture. The Quad-core processor clocks and reaches a speed of 1.3GHz with 28nm process technology. Learn more about the TECNO F1 full specs and features!

Here are the TECNO F1 key specifications…

KEY SPECS
Display 5-inch FWVGA IPS capacitive touchscreen, 854 x 480 pixels
OS Android 8.0 Oreo (Go Edition)
Processor Quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek Processor
Storage 8GB ROM + 1GB RAM (MicroSD card up to 32GB)
Camera 5MP Rear/2MP Front (With LED light)
Battery 2000mAh
Price N15,000 – N20,000

3. TECNO F2

TECNO Android Go Phone Under ₦25,000

Tecno F2

The TECNO F2 will be getting under the microscope as the co-pioneer of the Android Go edition on a TECNO smartphone (the other budget-specific F series smartphones being the other pioneers). This smartphone has a lot of similarities to the TECNO F1 that the only obvious difference between the two smartphones is the improved RAM. Click here to see full specifications and features!

Here are the TECNO F2 key specifications…

KEY SPECS
Display 5-inch FWVGA IPS capacitive touchscreen, 854 x 480 pixels
OS Android 8.0 Oreo (Go Edition)
Processor Quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek Processor
Storage 8GB ROM + 1GB RAM (MicroSD card up to 32GB)
Camera 5MP Rear/2MP Front (With dual-LED light)
Battery 2,000mAh
Price N22,000 – N24,000

4. TECNO F3 (TECNO Pop 1)

TECNO Android Go Phone Under ₦30,000

TECNO F3 (TECNO Pop1)

TECNO F3 also known as TECNO Pop1 is the third and the best amidst the three F Series smartphones released by popular OEM – TECNO. As a result of it being the best, it’s also pricey compared to the others. Nonetheless, it’s still an affordable piece of technology. Click here to see TECNO Pop1 full specs and review!

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Here are the TECNO F3 (TECNO Pop 1) key specifications…

KEY SPECS
Display 5.7-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen, 960 x 480 pixels
OS Android 8.0 Oreo (Go Edition)
Processor Quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek Processor
Storage 8GB ROM + 1GB RAM (MicroSD card up to 32GB)
Camera 5MP Rear/5MP Front (With LED light)
Battery 2,400mAh
Price N25,000 – N29,000

5. Nokia 1

Nokia Android Go Phone Under ₦25,000

Nokia 1 the budget smartphone with Android Oreo (Go edition) and 4G LTE connectivity has been officially launched. Nokia 1 with Android Oreo Go version was first revealed at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, in February 2018. Click here to see Nokia 1 full specifications and quick review.

Look below for the Nokia 1 key specifications and price to learn more about this phone and what to expect when you purchase this smart device.

KEY SPECS
Display 4.5-inch, FWVGA IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 480 x 854 pixels
OS Android Oreo 8.1 Go edition
Processor Quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6737M
Storage 8GB ROM + 1GB RAM
Camera 2MP (Front) + 5MP (Rear)
Battery 2150mAh
Price ₦25,000

6. TECNO Spark 2

TECNO Android Go Phone With Big Battery

This device is actually an upgrade of their previous Sparks — The Spark K7 and Spark K9 Plus which were launched in August 2017. Some of the major highlights are it’s 18:9 display, face unlock feature, big battery and Android Go operating system. Click here to learn about the Spark 2 features and full specs!

Here are the Spark 2 key specifications on what you should expect to enjoy when you purchase this smart device.

KEY SPECS
Display 6 inches, IPS LCD Touchscreen display (720×1440 pixels)
OS Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition
Processor 1.3 GHz Quad-core CPU
Storage 16GB ROM + 1GB RAM (can be expanded using an SD up to 128GB)
Camera Front – 8MP (with flash) / Rear – 13MP (autofocus, LED flash)
Battery 3500mAh
Price ₦36,200

7. Fero Vibe

Fero Android Go Phone With HD+ Display

Fero Vibe

This 168g phone has a dual SIM standby that supports the Micro SIM type. More so, an IPS TFT touchscreen of 5.45 inches serves as the smartphone’s display. The screen uses an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels to coordinate its crispness. A Full View display of 18:9 aspect ratio is also aboard.

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Moving on to the software region, the Go edition of Android Oreo is in charge. Unsurprisingly, a 1GB RAM is situated in the memory unit of the device. To store files, a 16GB ROM is in position, and it can be expanded to 128GB with the use of a MicroSD card. Click here to learn about the Fero Vibe features and full specs!

Here are the Fero Vibe key specifications on what you should expect to enjoy when you purchase this smart device.

KEY SPECS
Display 5.45-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen, 720 x 1440 pixels
OS Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition)
Processor Quad-core 1.25GHz SC7731E Processor
Storage 16GB ROM + 1GB RAM (MicroSD card up to 128GB)
Camera 8MP Rear/5MP Front (With LED light)
Battery 3,200mAh
Price ₦25,000 – ₦32,000

So there you go! These are some of the best Android Go phones you can get readily available online in Nigeria. There should be no fear especially when they get faulty and needs repair, you can easily locate their repair centres.

There are other relevant phone buying guides you might want to check out if these ones above didn’t entice you enough.

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