Easybuy Phones and Prices list 2024 – (iPhone, Tecno, Samsung, iTel, Oppo, Xiaomi, etc)

Shopping for a new smartphone can be an exciting yet daunting task with the wide variety of models and brands to choose from. To help make your buying decision easier, here is an updated 2024 price list of the latest phones available at Easybuy, one of the most popular phone retailers in the country.

This comprehensive guide covers all the major phone manufacturers – Apple, Samsung, Tecno, Infinix, iTel, Xiaomi, Oppo, etc. and their latest offerings. You’ll find detailed specs and prices to compare across various models so you can find the perfect phone that matches your needs and budget.

Whether you’re looking for an iPhone, Android phone, budget phone, or something in between – read on to discover the best Easybuy mobile phone deals currently available!

Apple iPhones

Apple needs no introduction as one of the world’s most iconic smartphone brands known for its intuitive iOS operating system, top-of-the-line hardware, and exceptional cameras. While iPhones are typically more expensive than their Android counterparts, they promise seamless integration with other Apple devices and long-term software support unmatched among brands.

Here are the latest iPhone models you can find at Easybuy in 2024:

iPhone 14 Series (From ₦470,000)
Launched in September 2022, the iPhone 14 series includes 4 new models – the iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max. Prices start from ₦470,000 for the base 6.1-inch iPhone 14 going up to ₦900,000+ for the top-of-the-line 6.7-inch 14 Pro Max model.

The iPhone 14 and 14 Plus continue with the A15 Bionic chip, dual rear cameras, and 90Hz displays of last year’s 13 series. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max mark a major upgrade with the new A16 Bionic processor, Always-on display, 48MP primary camera capable of 4K videos, and Dynamic Island pill-shaped cutout.

iPhone 13 Series (From ₦400,000)
Despite being a year old now, the iPhone 13 series still delivers blazing performance and excellent dual/triple camera setups even beating many new Android flagships. It comes in 4 variants similar to the 14 series – a 6.1-inch regular and Pro model, alongside a 6.7-inch Pro Max and mini version. Prices now start around ₦400,000 following discounts.

You still get Apple’s premium build quality and the same intuitive iOS experience. So the iPhone 13 remains an appealing option if you want to save some money over the latest models.

iPhone 12 Series (From ₦270,000)
The iPhone 12 series from 2020 marked a major design refresh after years of the same old with nearly bezel-less screens, 5G support across the lineup, and the blazing-fast A14 chipset. The screen sizes, model variants, and cameras are very similar to the 13 and 14 lineups albeit with some differences in specs.

In 2024, you can grab something like the compact iPhone 12 Mini from just ₦270,000 or the higher-end Pro Max model at around ₦380,000 after two years of price cuts. Still very capable devices for your daily needs.

Older iPhones (From ₦150,000)
If you’re looking for an even cheaper iPhone, Easybuy also stocks older certified refurbished/used units of the iPhone X series, iPhone 11 series, and earlier models. You can find deals like:

– iPhone X (2017) – from ₦150,000
– iPhone XR (2018) – from ₦185,000
– iPhone 11 (2019) – from ₦210,000

While not as fast or advanced as the latest iPhones, these older models can still handle most everyday tasks like messaging, calls, photography, and light gaming thanks to Apple’s optimized software. They make for great budget options if you’re switching from Android or want an affordable secondary iPhone.

Samsung Phones

Samsung continues pushing the boundaries of Android phone technology with its foldable while also catering to wider audiences with its broad Galaxy A, M, and S series. Let’s look at the best Samsung phones in Easybuy’s 2024 catalog:

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold/Flip 4 (From ₦500,000)
Samsung’s fourth-generation Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip devices take foldable phones mainstream in 2024. The Z Fold 4 unfolds from a 6.2-inch phone into a mini tablet with a large 7.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display and powerful Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor starting around ₦500,000.

Meanwhile the clamshell Galaxy Z Flip 4 bundles high-end folding screen tech into a more compact flip phone design for just under ₦450,000. Both feature 12MP triple camera setups, Android 12L OS optimized for foldable, and top-notch build quality with glossy glass and aluminum frames.

Galaxy S23 Series (From ₦300,000)
For flatter traditional form factors, Samsung just launched the flagship Galaxy S23 series in early 2023. This comprises three models similar to Apple’s lineup – the 6.1-inch S23, the 6.6-inch S23 Plus with a larger battery, and the higher-end 6.8-inch S23 Ultra with an integrated S Pen stylus.

Notable upgrades over the S22 series include longer battery life, a 200MP main camera on the Ultra model capable of 8K video recording, the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processors, and faster charging. The Galaxy S23 offers compelling performance from just ₦300,000.

Galaxy S22 Series (From ₦220,000)
The Galaxy S22 series from 2022 still holds up very well as Samsung flagships given their fast processors, dynamic 120Hz AMOLED displays, and excellent optics like a 108MP main camera on the S22 Ultra model. Easybuy has dropped 2024 prices down to around ₦220,000 for the base 6.1-inch S22.

Mid-range A and M Series
Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy A and M series cater to more budget-conscious buyers but still deliver decent specs like:

– Galaxy A73 (₦185,000) – 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 778G chipset, 108MP camera
– Galaxy A53 (₦125,000) – 6.5-inch 120Hz Super AMOLED, Exynos 1280 processor, 64MP quad camera
– Galaxy M33 (₦95,000) – 6.6-inch LCD, Tahiti 1080 chip, 50MP main camera

You retain premium Samsung build quality and features like IP67 water resistance in higher models. Overall excellent value Android smartphones across various price points under ₦200k in 2024.

Tecno Phones

Tecno has cemented itself as a leading affordable smartphone brand tailored for African markets over the past decade. While Chinese manufacturers like Oppo/Vivo are giving it stiff competition lately, Tecno still delivers worthwhile options across low to mid-range price segments at Easybuy like:

Tecno Camon 19 Series (From ₦75,000)
Part of Tecno’s photography-focused Camon lineup living up to the name, the new Camon 19 and 19 Pro boast some of the best camera specs in their price range. You get ultra-clear 64/50MP selfie cameras, 64MP/108MP rear shooters with Samsung Isocell sensors, plus large FHD+ displays and up to 8GB RAM for just ₦75,000 or ₦95,000 respectively.

Tecno Pova 4 (₦65,000)
The Pova series brings balanced performance and long battery life catering to entertainment-focused young audiences. The new Pova 4 keeps that trend alive with a large 6,000 mAh battery, Helio G99 chipset, 90Hz 6.82-inch display, and 50MP triple camera setup priced very affordably at ₦65,000.

Tecno Spark 9 Series (From ₦55,000)
More mainstream users who just need solid essential features are covered by Tecno’s Spark lineup in 2024. You’ll find capable processors, dual rear cameras with AI enhancements, large batteries with fast charging, and bright Dot-In displays – all without breaking the bank.

Some highlights include the Spark 9 Pro (₦55,000) rocking a MediaTek Helio G85 chip and 6.6-inch FHD+ display or the Spark 9 (₦47,000) with Helio G37 processor, 6.6-inch HD+ screen and 50MP main camera. Very reliable choices if you’re on a tight budget.

Infinix Phones

Infinix has risen rapidly over the years to become a youth-centric phone brand rivaling even Tecno’s popularity in many African regions. While not always the most innovative, Infinix devices consistently offer appealing designs and decent performance at aggressive price points.

Infinix Zero Ultra 2023 (₦195,000)
As their latest 2023 flagship, the Infinix Zero Ultra makes a splash with an incredibly sleek curved AMOLED display featuring 174Hz refresh rate (highest yet on a phone), 120W charging, and capable Dimensity 920 5G chipset from just ₦195,000. Triple cameras led by a 200MP sensor and loud stereo speakers sweeten the package.

Infinix Note 12 Series (From ₦75,000)
Infinix’s Note lineup has struck a chord among young smartphone buyers craving good cameras and media features without overspending. The Note 12 phones deliver precisely that with 64MP main shooters, sizeable 6.7-inch FHD+ displays with 120Hz refresh rates, Helio G96/G99 processors, and UFS 2.2 storage for as low as ₦75,000.

Infinix Hot 12 Play (₦45,500)
More cash-strapped buyers can turn to the likes of the Infinix Hot 12 Play costing under ₦50,000. Despite the low price tag, you still find nice extras like a large 6.82-inch 90Hz LCD, 13MP AI triple camera, and a massive 6000mAh battery with 18W charging. Enough for basic internet and multimedia uses.

itel Phones

Itel might not be a name you instantly recognize but this smartphone brand has rapidly expanded across 30+ countries making affordable mobiles powered by advanced AI tech. From EasyBuy you can grabcerts:

itel P49 Power (₦34,800)

Equipped with a large 6.6-inch HD+ waterdrop display, this phone is targeted at users who desire long battery life above all. As such it packs an enormous 10,000mAh battery while still maintaining a slim 8.9mm profile and weighing just 208g. Camera, security, and connectivity features also hold their own for the price.

itel A59 Plus (₦29,500) – designed for more style-conscious buyers on a strict budget, this device gives you dual 13MP + QVGA rear cameras inside a sleek unibody build with a metallic texture and 2.5D glass. The HD+ dot notch display looks modern while a 3060mAh battery keeps it running.

itel A58 Plus (₦22,500)

Arguably the most appealing entry-level option here, the A58 Plus bundles an HD+ teardrop screen, quad-core Unisoc processor, 8MP/VGA cameras, Android 12 (Go edition) OS, dedicated fingerprint scanner & face unlock into a pocketable 6.6-inch body costing just over ₦20k.

Xiaomi Phones

This innovative Chinese brand has quickly gained a cult following with its feature-packed phones offering unbeatable value. Xiaomi has shaken up budget segments in Nigeria while gradually making inroads into the flagship space. Some noteworthy models you’ll get at Easybuy include:

Xiaomi 12 Pro (₦375,000) – Xiaomi’s current 2022 flagship phone delivers a truly premium experience matching phones double its cost. For your money, you get Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 silicon found in top Android phones today powering a silky-smooth 6.73-inch 2K 120Hz AMOLED screen with HDR10+, phenomenal 50MP triple camera array, 120W charging, and more.

Redmi Note 11 Series (From ₦90,000) – Xiaomi’s Redmi sub-brand catering specifically to younger crowds has created ripples with the Note 11 family launched last year. You can grab something like the Redmi Note 11 Pro packing a 6.67-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, MediaTek Helio G96 processor, 108MP main camera, and large 5160mAh battery starting around just ₦90,000!

Redmi 10 Series (From ₦70,000) – The lower-end Redmi 10 lineup impresses too with features like FHD+ LCDs with 90Hz refresh rates, MediaTek Helio G88 processing power, 50MP quad camera setups with depth and macro sensors, 5000+mAh batteries with 18W fast charging, and modern design accents like fingerprint readers built into the power button. Prices now hover around ₦70,000 at EasyBuy.

Oppo/Vivo Phones

Oppo and Vivo have intensified their Nigeria phone market push lately challenging Xiaomi’s stronghold over value-conscious buyers. You’ll notice open retail shops plus aggressive online deals on devices like:

Oppo Reno 8 Series (From ₦200,000) – these gorgeous phones blend premium build quality with good overall performance and lots of AI photography tricks. The Reno 8 packs a capable Snapdragon 695 chipset and 48MP triple cams starting just under ₦200k. The higher Reno 8 Pro model beats even flagship phones with its Dimensity 8100-Max silicon and unique Microlens camera for just ₦270,000.

Vivo Y35 (₦125,000) – Vivo’s 2022 Y series stands out for bringing users premium design and features without the typical sticker shock. Case in point – the Y35 model costing ₦125k ships with a sleek glass + metal body that’s just 7.79mm thin housing a 6.58-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 680 processor with 8GB RAM, 64MP triple camera array capable of 4K video and a beefy 5000mAh battery.


This sums up our roundup of the best phones you can buy from top brands like Apple, Samsung, Tecno, Infinix, Xiaomi, and more at EasyBuy in 2024. We’ve covered all price tiers – from premium flagships to extremely affordable budget devices.

With this diverse variety of models with unique strengths at different prices – there’s a perfect phone waiting for you at EasyBuy. Do some comparisons across the options highlighted here and visit their offline/online stores to find attractive deals.

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