In this write-up, I will talk about the new Samsung phones and prices in Nigeria. This includes the S series, A-series, and Fold series.
This is a very long article. So, if you don’t necessarily want to read all of it, you can just click on the link at the bottom of each phone to check its complete specifications instead.
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Samsung Phones and Prices in Nigeria
Below are the recently announced Samsung phones in Nigeria and how much you can currently get each of them in Naira.
The latest smartphones in the S series are the S23, S23 Ultra, and S23 Plus. They were announced on the 1st of February 2023 and made available on the 17th of February 2023 which is a little more than 2 weeks after.
1.) Samsung Galaxy A14: NGN 129,000 – NGN 142,000
Samsung Galaxy A14 is a low-end midrange smartphone announced in early 2023 as a successor to the Samsung Galaxy A13 – one of the most shipped smartphones of last year.
I will be talking about its design, display, performance, camera, and how it compares to other relevant smartphones. So, let’s get into this.
Samsung did something unusual in 2023. All the smartphones they have released so far have more or less the same design tone especially when you focus on the rear camera design. It has stripes across the back which gives it a matte texture finish.
Like the S23 series and higher-end A series smartphones, the Galaxy A14 features a ring of cameras at the back standing on their own as well as curved edges.
Similar to its predecessor, it comes with an Infinity-V display that housed its selfie camera. The sides and bottom bezels could use some trimming.
Even with its large 6.6 inches display size which is endowed by a PLS LCD (would have preferred AMOLED) display type and 2408 x 1080 pixels screen resolution, it is a compact smartphone thanks to its boxy design.
Unlike its predecessor though, it does not come with a Corning Gorilla Glass protection. So, you will have to be more careful with it which is why I will advise you to get a screen protector/tampered Glass and a case.
The lack of this protection though makes it cheaper to fix the screen at about NGN 16,000 at the time of first writing this.
The screen is also equipped with a traditional 60Hz refresh rate which is understandable at its price point.
Its side-mounted fingerprint is easy to reach where it is positioned at the right-hand side of the device just below the volume button. It is also reliable and doubles as the power button.
At the top left-hand side of the device resides the dual Nano Sim + SD card tray slot and at the bottom are the 3.5mm headphone jack, a microphone, a speaker, and a USB Type-C port. There is another microphone at the top.
Samsung A14 4G is powered by an 8nm Exynos 850 processor and outsourced all graphics-related tasks to its Mali-G52 GPU.
Let me get something straight and out of the way. This is not a gaming phone. It can’t handle heavy tasks without overheating and frankly, you shouldn’t throw heavy tasks such as heavy gaming at it.
It can handle many games you might want to play but in low graphics settings.
The processing power is assisted by LPDDR4X 4GB and 6GB RAM options as well as 64GB and 128GB internal storage options.
Samsung A14 4G runs on One UI Core 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box. It will be getting 2 years of Androud upgrades and 4 years of security updates.
It is equipped with a 50MP primary camera, 5MP ultrawide camera, and 2MP macro camera. At the front, it features a 13MP sensor.
I was really impressed by the rear and selfie camera capabilities of the A14. It is really a champion when it comes to photography at this price point.
Both the pictures and videos are great in natural light but they can easily go down in quality in a low-light condition.
Samsung A14 is packed with a 5000 mAh battery capacity and supports up to 15 watts of charging though it does not come with a charger out of the box.
It takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes to charge the device from 0% to 100% and on a single charge, you will get at least 1 day and a half as an average user while heavy users will get almost a full day of usage.
Summary: It is not that different from its predecessor in terms of performance, battery life, and display.
It does have a slightly better camera and design than the Samsung A13. But, if you ask me, it is not a good enough reason to upgrade.
2.) Samsung Galaxy A24: NGN 203,000 – NGN 216,000
Samsung A24 is another low-end mid-range A series Galaxy phone. It comes as a successor to the Samsung A23 and it is quite similar to it too.
Like other Samsung phones already announced in 2023, the Galaxy A24 features a familiar design which is a boxy design thanks to its curve edges and its rear camera design which features rings of camera vertically arranged with the LED flash to their right.
This uniform design makes it hard to differentiate Samsung flagship phones from their mid-range segment at least from afar. It becomes quite clear once you get closer or you flip to the display.
Samsung A24 uses an Infinity-U display which houses its selfie camera. There are big bezels at the bottom as well as the sides and I think the asking price for this device should give the users tiny bezels to stare at all day.
At the right-hand side of the device is a side-mounted easy to reach fingerprint sensor which is reliable, fast, and doubles as the power button. Right above it is the volume button.
On the left-hand side, you have the dual Nano sim + SD card tray slot at the top. At the bottom resides the USB Type-C port, speaker, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a microphone. There is another microphone at the top.
Inside the box that the A24 4G comes in with are the phone, of course, a USB C to C cable, a Sim card ejector pin, and some paperwork. This means there is no charger inside the box, tampered glass, case, and earphones.
I love the aesthetic of the Galaxy A24. It is so stunning and looks very premium. Some color options make it even hard to know that the sides and back are made of plastic materials.
This is a 6.5 inches Super AMOLED display smartphone with a 90Hz high refresh rate which ensures you as a user will enjoy the vibrant looking display with smooth animations. With a peak brightness of 1000 nits, using this device under direct sunlight is possible.
Samsung A24’s stunning display gives an amazing user experience especially when gaming and watching movies be it on an installed video player on the device or on streaming platforms such as YouTube or Netflix.
The Galaxy A24 is powered by a 6nm MediaTek Helio G99 processor with assistance from its Mali-G57 MC2 GPU. Also assisting the processing power is 4GB or 6GB RAM with 128GB internal storage.
Although, you can easily expand the storage thanks to its dedicated SD card space that support up to 1TB of external memory. You can also boost the performance of this device using RAM Plus with 2GB, 4GB, and 6GB options to choose from.
Samsung A24 runs on One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box and will be getting 4 years of OS upgrades and 5 years of security updates.
I am glad to say that I experienced quite an impressive performance from the Galaxy A24. It is fast and great at multitasking and gaming. It handles most high-end games at HD Settings and high frame rates like it’s nothing.
At the rear, it is equipped with a 50MP main camera with OIS and VDIS, a 5MP Ultrawide camera, and 2MP macro camera. At the front, it is equipped with a 13MP sensor.
I get great pictures and videos from this smartphone’s rear camera though the quality reduces a little bit in low-light conditions. The selfie camera is good but only in natural light.
Overall, at this price range, this is easily the best camera smartphone you can get at the time of first testing this device.
Samsung A24 is packed with a 5000 mAh battery with 25 watts fast charging support. It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes to charge the device from 0% to 100%.
On a single charge, an average user can get more than a day of usage maybe even two while a heavy user will get almost a day of usage.
3.) Samsung Galaxy A34 5G: NGN 296,000 – NGN 317,000
Samsung A34 5G looks very similar to the Galaxy A54 5G and Samsung S23 from the back because of the same camera design and arrangement.
You only get to notice the difference when you turn to the front or to the display. Samsung A34 5G uses an Infinity-U display while the A54 5G and S23 use an Infinity-O display.
Samsung A34 5G display is Gorilla Glass 5 while its back and frame are made out of plastic material. The device has a flat display with slightly curved edges.
Samsung A34 5G is a 6.6 inches Super AMOLED display smartphone that comes with a 2340 x 1080 pixels screen resolution and 120Hz high refresh rate.
Galaxy A34 5G display is one of the brightest and sharpest displays out there with amazing color accuracy, reproduction, and science. It is very usable under direct sunlight with no stressing your eyes.
Gaming, streaming, and scrolling feel awesome on the Samsung A34 5G. The multimedia experience is great on this device.
It is powered by Mediatek Dimensity 1080 processor which is an Octa-core processor with Mali-G52 MC4 GPU.
In Nigeria, it is available in 6GB and 8GB RAM and in 128GB and 256GB internal storage. However, the widely available memory option is the 6GB RAM with 128GB internal storage.
The processing power is really impressive with little to no lags even when gaming intensely. It is also very efficient with amazing battery management.
It runs on One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box and will be getting up to 4 OS upgrades and 5 years of security updates.
Talking of battery, the A34 5G is equipped with a 5000 mAh battery and supports 25 watts of fast wired charging. It is an easy 2 days battery for an average on a single charge.
A heavy user will be able to deplete the battery in a day. It takes about 1 hour and 25 minutes to fully charge this device from 0% to 100%.
As for photography, Samsung A34 5G is equipped with a 48MP primary sensor with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), an 8MP Ultrawide camera, and a 5MP Macro lens at the rear. Its front-facing or selfie camera is 13MP.
You can shoot up to 4K videos at 30fps on both the front and back cameras. You can only shoot in 1080P at 30fps to take advantage of the OIS.
Its camera is a significant improvement over the A33 5G but still needs some touch-ups here and there. It takes great images overall in both natural light and low-light conditions.
4.) Samsung Galaxy A54 5G: NGN 376,000 – NGN 403,000
Samsung A54 5G features the same rear camera design and arrangement as most Samsung phones already announced in 2023.
This makes it hard to differentiate it from the S23 and S23 Plus from the back and even when you switched to the front, the only noticeable difference is the bezels around the display at least until you turn them On.
This is because the device uses Infinity-O display similar to what the S23 flagship uses.
Protecting the front and back of the Samsung A54 5G is Corning Gorilla Glass 5 while the frame is plastic.
Like the A34 5G above, it has its power and volume buttons on the right hand side. At its bottom resides 2 microphones, a USB Type-C port, and the bottom speaker.
There is nothing on the left hand side of the device. At the top are another speaker and the sim cards tray slot.
It is easier to hold for a long time thanks to its flat display and back. Samsung A54 5G features IP67 dust and water resistance as well as an Optical On-screen fingerprint scanner.
Samsung A54 5G is equipped with a 6.4 inches Super AMOLED display featuring 2340 x 1080 pixels screen resolution, 1000 nits brightness, and a 120Hz high refresh rate.
The A54 5G is sharp, bright, and colorful. It also has an upgraded speaker which when combined with its great display results in a gaming and multimedia experience that is nothing short of a breeze and awesomeness.
It is powered by a 5nm and Octa-core Exynos 1380 processor which uses Mali-G68 MP5 GPU to assist it in graphics related tasks.
This chipset handles games and multitasking really well. It is also power efficient.
However, it is also worth stating that there are phones in its price segment that uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and MediaTek Dimensity 8200 which demolish the A54 5G in all round performance.
It is equipped with 6GB and 8GB RAM options as well as 128GB and 256GB internal storage options.
Samsung Galaxy A54 5G runs on One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box. It will be getting 4 OS upgrades and 5 years of security updates.
This device is packed with a 5000 mAh battery that supports 25 watts of fast wired charging. It is easily a 2 days battery for an average user while a heavy user will get a day of usage from a single charge.
It takes about an hour and 25 minutes for the A54 5G to charge from 0% to 100% with a Samsung 25 watts fast charger.
Remember you will have to get this charger by yourself since it does not come with it out of the box. It only comes with a USB Type-C to Type-C cable out of the box.
It is equipped with a 50MP main camera with OIS and VDIS, 12MP ultrawide camera, and 5MP macro lens at the back. While its front camera is 32MP.
This device takes great pictures in both natural and low light. The video output is equally great.
You can shoot up to 4K at 30fps but the OIS applies up to 1080P at 30fps.
Samsung A54 5G compared to the A34 5G that was announced side has a better processor, better camera, and a Glass back compared to plastic.
5.) Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: NGN 1,190,000 – NGN 1,276,000
Samsung may have just outperformed itself with the Galaxy S23 Ultra. After just a few days with this smartphone, I am fascinated with what it is capable of and I will be sharing all about it below.
I will start with unboxing, which will be followed up with its design by going on a tour around the device, then its display, performance, battery life, and finally camera.
Unboxing Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
When you open the recycled paper box that the S23 Ultra comes in with, you will have access to the below items:
- The Galaxy S23 Ultra itself
- USB Type-C to Type-C Cable
- Sim Card Ejection PIN
- Some Paper Work
Samsung S23 Ultra’s Design – Let’s Take a Tour
The Galaxy S23 Ultra display and back are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 which in reality is just a minute upgrade from the Corning Gorilla Glass Victus+ that the S22 Ultra comes with. The frame is made out of an Aluminum material which Samsung calls Armor Aluminum.
When put through a series of tests, it is much easier to get a scratch at the sides, top, and bottom than on the screen which isn’t a surprise, but the screen still scratches after enough pressure from contact with a sharp material.
Trying to bend the device is impossible and handles a lot of the durability tests like a champ. If you are not ultra careless, you will be fine and even if you are, just get a case and an extra tempered glass for an extra layer of durability.
It has a weight of 234 grams which makes it slightly heavier than the S22 Ultra and a little bit lighter than the iPhone 14 Pro Max at 240 grams.
Like most Samsung flagships for the past few years, it has a cut-out at the top of the display which houses the selfie camera and the little bezel above it housed a speaker. The bezels around the display have gotten a little bit trimmed down from the S22 Ultra which has almost no bezel.
Now, let’s go to the top of the device which housed a microphone and that is just about it.
The volume (up and down) and the power buttons are on the right-hand side of the device. There is nothing on the left-hand side of the device.
At the bottom, you have the Stylus Pen slot which is on the extreme left, followed by the second (main) speaker, then you have another microphone, after which comes with a USB Type-C port that can be used for charging and transferring data, then another microphone, and finally you have the sim card slot which houses the sim card tray.
The bottom speaker forms a stereo sounds with the front one that was mentioned earlier. The stereo speakers have Dolby ATMOS integration and are tuned by AKG. This speaker is an upgrade from the S22 Ultra in the sense that it sounds better, fuller, and louder.
But let’s continue with the tour. Now, when you switched to the back of the S23 Ultra.
It looks very familiar to what we already have with the S22 Ultra but with a few changes here and there. The first thing is that it has a new and bigger main sensor, the sensors are a bit larger and have a more stunning ring around them which adds to the aesthetic of the device. It is still a Quad camera set up at its back.
The S23 Ultra has a less curved design than its predecessor. It features a flatter display and sides. This makes using and holding the device much easier. The back glass has a matte finish and does not retain fingerprints.
Talking about fingerprints, the S23 Ultra features an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor which is fast and reliable. It also has IP68 ratings which means it is dust and water-resistant up to 1.5 meters and for about 30 minutes.
We are done with the tour. Let’s check out the display
The S23 Ultra Display
This is the best display on a smartphone as of the first time of writing this (mid-February 2023).
And this is true regardless of the fact that it uses the same 6.8-inches Dynamic AMOLED display featuring a 2K or 3088 x 1440 pixels (WQHD+) screen resolution, a 120Hz high refresh rate, and 1750 nits of peak brightness as the S22 Ultra.
You have the options to choose between 1544 x 720 pixels and 2316 x 1080 pixels resolutions alongside the above 2K resolution.
Though it is still not as bright as the iPhone 14 Pro Max brightness at its peak which is at 2000 nits. These small discrepancies become not so small on a very bright afternoon as it makes a difference under direct sunlight. Outside that? Not so much.
Like its predecessor, the S23 uses a very sharp and bright display with amazing color science and reproduction.
Performance of the S23 Ultra – Processing Power, Battery, and Storage
Samsung S23 Ultra is powered by a 4nm Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with Adreno 740 GPU on board.
There are 8GB and 12GB RAM options to choose from as well as 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB internal storage options.
The 8 Gen 2 is a customized variant for the S23 series which features a faster CPU and GPU than the standard version that other manufacturers got and will get.
But that is not the only thing that has gotten better. It also uses LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. All of these contributed to faster and more efficient processing power and capabilities.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor for Galaxy has about 30% faster single-core and 50% faster multi-core CPU performance compared to the 8 Gen 1. It has about 10% faster GPU than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Even with all these performance jumps, it handles heat extremely well even while gaming thanks to the cooling system that Samsung put in place which is better than the ones on both the S22 Ultra and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
You can enjoy faster gaming and be more comfortable using your device compared to its predecessor.
For the first time in a few years, Samsung will be shipping all its S series phones with Snapdragon processors globally. There is no Exynos variant for the S23 series which I think is cool. So, you can expect uniform performance across the board.
It uses the same 5000 mAh battery as the S22 Ultra with 45 watts of charging support which took it less than 1 hour to be fully charged from 0%. It also features 15 watts of wireless charging and 4.5 watts of reverse wireless charging.
On normal usage, the battery life is great and noticeably better than its predecessor but still trails the iPhone 14 Pro Max in the back by about 6%.
However, under intensive use such as gaming, the battery endurance degraded and puts the S23 Ultra using 4% and 11% more battery than the S22 Ultra and iPhone 14 Pro Max respectively.
On a single charge as an extensive/heavy user, the S23 Ultra will last you a whole day easily while the average users will easily get 2 days of usage.
Samsung is promising 4 years of Android and One UI upgrades on the S23 Ultra as well as 5 years of security updates.
Photography with Samsung S23 Ultra
Even though only the main 200MP sensor is new, what the S23 Ultra’s camera system is able to do makes it seems like the entire system was overhauled. It is amazing.
I mean, it did not only beat its predecessor – S22 Ultra, it did the same to the iPhone 14 Pro Max camera in most situations except video.
It has improved 3x and 10x telephoto cameras, better Night time photos and videos, and the daylight pictures and videos are significantly better compared to its predecessor. The Selfie camera also sees a little improvement but nothing significant.
Samsung S23 Ultra’s ultrawide camera is also better than the S22 Ultra’s even though it is virtually the same sensor. The quality is now on par with the iPhone 14 Pro Max on some occasions and better in most situations.
It outputs more detailed pictures with great colors and dynamic range that look more natural than the ones of the S22 Ultra. This is thanks to the processing power of the 8 Gen 2 processor and the exclusive customization that Qualcomm made to the ones on the Galaxy S23 variants.
The S23 Ultra has bigger sensors compared to its predecessor but is still a little smaller than the ones on the iPhone’s highest-end phones. It can also shoot 8K videos @30fps compared to the 8K @24fps only option on its predecessor and the iPhone’s 4K max video quality.
When it comes to pictures, its output is noticeably slightly better than the one of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. This includes daylight, low light, and portrait photography.
There are 12MP, 50MP, and 200MP modes on the S23 Ultra. I think the 12MP and 200MP have their strength but the 50MP seems to be the balance between the two.
Videos on the S23 Ultra and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are very similar. Low-light videos are more or less the same on both devices but the iPhone is a little bit better while shooting in natural light.
The S23 Ultra’s 200MP main camera uses an Optical Image Stabilization that is 2x wider than the one on S22 Ultra and it plays a significant role in how stable and great the videos from the S23 Ultra look. It is still not as great as the iPhone’s but has tightened the gap. So, I will say the iPhone is still the best phone for video.
The front-facing camera might have gone from 40MP on the S22 Ultra to 12MP on the S23 Ultra, but the picture quality and details it was able to capture once again tell us that MP count does not mean a better picture.
6.) Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus: NGN 922,000 – NGN 1,007,000
There are a lot of similarities with little differences between the S23 and S23 Plus. As a matter of fact, the main differences stem from the battery and display to internal storage options.
So, most of the things I said about the S23 below apply to the S23 Plus too. You should only go for the S23 Plus if you want a bigger display and larger battery than what the S23 can offer.
And even as that, you might just save a little bit more to get the S23 Ultra which has a camera, internal storage, bigger battery, and bigger screen than the S23 and S23 Plus.
Samsung S23 Plus Unboxing Items
- The Phone – S23+
- USB Type-C to Type-C cable
- Sim Card Ejector PIN
- Some Paper Work
S23 Plus Design
If you are looking at the display, it is hard to notice the difference between the S23 Plus and S22 Plus (its predecessor) but immediately you switched to the back, it becomes glaring that it is not the S22 Plus.
The S23 Plus display and back have Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 protection which is a small upgrade from the Gorilla Glass Victus+ on the S22 Plus. The new Glass improves more on the scratch resistance than the shatter resistance.
It is expected to survive a drop from a height of 2 meters. You can double the odds by getting tempered Glass and a case for the device.
Talking about protection, the S23 Plus has IP68 ratings which mean it is dust and water-resistant for up to 30 minutes in water that is 1.5 meters deep.
This does not mean waterproof, it means there is a high chance it will survive under the above conditions and anything outside of that is not a guarantee.
So, do not leave it in water because you think it is waterproof. You will come back to a paperweight.
Samsung S23 Plus like its predecessor uses a punch-hole display that houses its selfie camera and above the front camera is the earpiece or front speaker. It uses an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.
The bezels around the display are a bit thinner and the display in its entirety feels flatter than its predecessor. The Aluminum side for sure is less curvy and noticeably flat which makes it easier to hold and use the device longer.
At the top of the device resides a microphone and at the bottom are two microphones, a USB Type-C port that can be used for charging as well as data transfer, the sim card slot, and the bottom speaker which forms a stereo sound with the front speaker.
I have to tell you that this speaker is better on the S23 Plus than it was on the S22 Plus. It has Dolby ATMOS integration and it is tuned by AKG.
On the right-hand side are the volume and power buttons while the left-hand side is empty.
When you switch to the back of the device, the first thing you notice is the new camera design. Which is simply the sensors standing on their own without any module holding them together like it is on the S22 Plus.
Samsung S23 Plus Display
The Galaxy S23 Plus is equipped with a 6.6 inches Dynamic AMOLED 2X display featuring an adaptive 120Hz high refresh rate that can go up and down between 48Hz and 120Hz depending on what you have on the screen.
It comes with 1750 nits peak brightness, 2340 x 1080 pixels screen resolution, and 393 PPI pixel density. While this is a great and sharp display with vibrant colors, I would have loved to see at least a QHD resolution on the S23 Plus.
Reading, surfing, gaming, watching, or streaming videos on the S23 Plus is nothing short of amazing thanks to the smooth, bright, sharp, and colorful screen. It has a fast and reliable ultrasonic fingerprint sensor embedded under its display.
S23 Plus Performance
The Galaxy S23 Plus is powered by a 4nm, Octa-core processor – The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset which has Adreno 740 GPU on board.
Assisting the processing power is 8GB LPDDR5X RAM and 256GB or 512GB UFS 4.0 internal storage. These are faster memory than the ones on the S22 Plus and the difference didn’t go unnoticed.
The S23 Plus delivers a stellar performance while gaming and during other intensive tasks.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset used on the S23 series is not the standard version, it is a customized version that has a slightly better and faster CPU and GPU. It is called Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy.
It is almost 35% faster in CPU and a little over 40% faster in GPU compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. It immensely improves the gaming experience, photography experience, and battery life.
Talking of battery, it is packed with a 4700 mAh battery capacity which is 200 mAh bigger than its predecessor. It is not just bigger, it also lasts longer.
S23 Plus supports 45 watts of fast wired charging, 15 watts of wireless charging, and 4.5 watts of reverse wireless charging.
It takes about 50 to 55 minutes to fully charge the device from 0%. On a single charge, an average user will easily get 2 days out of it while a heavy user will get a day of usage with a little battery left.
Samsung S23 Plus runs on One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box. It will get 4 years of One UI and Android upgrades as well as 5 years of security updates.
S23 Plus Camera
Samsung S23 Plus is equipped with a triple camera at the back which is basically the same as the ones on the S22 Plus just with a bigger sensor.
Its triple rear camera comprises a 50MP main, 12MP ultrawide, and 10MP telephoto. The selfie camera is a 12MP sensor which is an upgrade from the 10MP of the S22 Plus not because of the MP count.
Pictures and videos taken by the S23 Plus look great. They are sharp with great color and dynamic range. It does not matter when you are taking the pictures whether it is natural light or low light, they just look great.
You can now shoot 8K videos at 30fps which is great because the S22 Plus was limited to 24 fps. You can also now shoot slow-mo videos in 1080P @960fps. There has been a great improvement in the camera department.
I am not talking about just the main camera here, the ultrawide and telephoto cameras also take great pictures. Portrait photos and videos look great on this device.
Check here for the full specifications and prices of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus
7.) Samsung Galaxy S23: NGN 756,000 – NGN 810,000
This is the base model of the S23 series. It has the same unboxing items as the S23 Ultra and S23 Plus as already described above. So, I will just jump into it.
Samsung S23 is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 on the front and at the back. It is an upgrade from the Gorilla Glass Victus+ on the S22. The frame is Aluminum.
Durability tests reveal the S23 can withstand a lot. Scratches and shatter will have to be a result of intentionally putting in contact with an extremely sharp object and falling from a height of above 2 meters onto a concrete floor respectively.
It is equipped with IP68 dust and water resistance which means it can last in a 1.5 meters deep water for like 30 minutes. Water resistant does not mean waterproof, so do not leave it in water and walk away.
Also, when it comes in other liquid that is not water, you should rinse it with water and dry it off with a clean dry cloth.
Now, let’s take a tour around the device and see what has changed over the last 12 months between the new S23 and its predecessor – the S22.
It may be hard to spot the difference from the front, but it is still there. The S23 display is flatter than that of the S22. The Aluminum sides are also flat compared to the slightly curved ones on the S22.
At the back, each sensor floats on its own, unlike the S22 back cameras that are held together by a camera module.
Going back to the front, it uses a punch-hole display like its predecessor though with lightly fewer bezels across the display. Above the selfie camera cut-out is the front speaker which forms stereo sounds with the bottom speaker.
The display is equipped with an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor which is another biometric security measure other than Face Unlock. The fingerprint sensor is faster and very reliable. It works regardless of whether your hand is wet or dry.
On the right-hand side of the device are the volume and power buttons while the left-hand side is plain.
There is a microphone at the top of the device and at the bottom are where the majority of the ports and slots are cramped.
At the bottom of the device is the sim card slot which houses the sim card tray, two microphones, a USB Type-C port, and the bottom speaker.
The speaker is better than the one on the S22 in the sense that it has more bass and is louder without compromising the sound quality.
Display of S23
The Galaxy S23 is equipped with the same 6.1 inches Dynamic AMOLED 2X display which features a 120Hz high refresh rate that can go up and down between 48Hz and 120Hz depending on what is on the screen.
While gaming, it will be at the highest refresh rate possible to balance between performance and battery, and while on the gallery app viewing pictures, it will be at a lower refresh rate.
Samsung S23 display also features 1750 nits of peak brightness which is the same as the S23 Plus and S23 Ultra and also the first time all phones in the series come with a uniform peak brightness. The screen is usable outdoors even under direct sunlight which is great.
Watching movies, playing games, and surfing the internet on the S23 is a breeze because of its punching color science, sharpness, and smoothness.
It has the same 2340 x 1080 (Full HD+) screen resolution as the S22 which translates to a 425 PPI pixel density when its 6.1 inches of screen size is taken into account.
Samsung S23 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor which has Adreno 740 on board and the one on the S23 is customized to work well with it.
The 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy has a slightly faster CPU and GPU and is better for photography compared to the standard version that other OEMs get or will get.
It has a faster CPU (34%) and GPU (41%) than its predecessor. The 8 Gen 2 is also more efficient than the 8 Gen 1. The S23 comes with a cooling system that significantly improves the way it handles heat even under intense use.
The S23 is equipped with 8GB LPDDR5X RAM, 128GB UFS 3.1 storage, and UFS 4.0 internal storage options of 256GB and 512GB. These are faster memory than the ones on the S22.
When combines fast RAM and fast storage (256GB and 512GB options) with the beast of a chipset, you get a smartphone that has a snappy response to command and can handle multitasking like a champ.
Unlike the past few years, S23 will be powered by Snapdragon globally meaning there is no Exynos variant. Everybody gets to enjoy the faster and cooler 8 Gen 2.
Samsung S23 is packed with a non-removable 3900 mAh battery which is 200 mAh bigger than its immediate predecessor – the S22. The slight increase in battery capacity and a very efficient processor contributed to a great battery life on the S23.
It supports up to 25 watts of fast wired charging, 15 watts of wireless charging, and 4.5 watts of reverse wireless charging.
It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes to fully charge the S23 from 0% and a heavy user will have to charge the device again by late evening while an average user will be able to get more than a day, maybe a day and a half of usage easily on a single charge.
Samsung S23 runs on One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 out of the box. It will be getting 4 years of Android OS upgrades and 5 years of security updates.
Photography with Samsung S23
Samsung S23 is equipped with a 50MP main camera with OIS, 12MP ultrawide camera, 10MP telephoto camera with OIS, and 12MP selfie camera.
Only the selfie camera has changed from the 10MP on the S22. The remaining have remained the same.
The pictures and videos are better. I mean the S22 already shoot take great pictures but the S23 takes it to a whole new level.
The colors are punchier, the pictures are sharper and contain more details, and look natural this is all thanks to the better processing capabilities of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.
Night photography is on a whole new level on the S23. It is just noticeably better in colors and dynamic range compared to the predecessor and even the competition such as the iPhone 14.
Output from the ultrawide and telephoto cameras is also great as they pack more details. The selfie camera pictures are also more sharper and detailed.
The video has also seen improvements but is still not as good as the one on the iPhone 14.
8.) Samsung Galaxy A04s: NGN 111,500 – NGN 124,500
The Samsung A04s is an entry-level device that was announced as the successor to the Samsung Galaxy A03s.
Galaxy A04s features a water-drop or Infinity-V display which housed the 5MP front-facing camera at the top-middle part of the screen.
The display is 6.5-inches in size, PLS LCD display type, and features a 1600 x 720 pixels screen resolution.
On top of that, it is a 90Hz high refresh rate screen. You can always switch to the standard 60Hz refresh rate though if you think the high refresh rate is consuming the phone’s battery.
With a brightness of 400 nits, you can use this device outdoors with no issue except maybe under extreme or direct sunlight where you might struggle a little bit. All in all, this is a great display for multimedia consumption.
On the right-hand side of the Samsung A04s is the volume up and down button as well as the power button which doubles as the fingerprint sensor.
At the top left-hand side of the device is the sim+sd card slot.
Turning to the back of the device, you will see a camera arrangement similar to the one featured on the Samsung S22 Ultra earlier in 2022. That is, each camera stands on its own without any module connecting them together.
The Galaxy A04s features a triple camera set up at the top left corner and an LED flashlight to the right of the cameras. The back of the device is plastic with a glossy finish.
At the bottom of the A04s are the speaker, USB Type-C port, microphone, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
Samsung A04s runs on One UI core based on Android 12 out of the box and it is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 850 chipset which is an Octa-core processor.
Assisting in the performance department are 3GB/4GB RAM options and 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB internal storage options. There is also a dedicated SD card slot that supports up to 1TB.
Like most Samsung devices announced recently, it supports RAM Plus which allows you to use internal storage as RAM to boost performance.
On a day-to-day task, the performance is smooth but while gaming or doing other intensive tasks, it lags here and there.
The triple rear camera is a combination of a 50MP main camera, a 2MP depth-sensing lens, and a 2MP macro lens.
You can easily get good picture quality from both the rear and front-facing cameras in good lighting condition but it struggles in low light.
It is packed with a 5000 mAh battery capacity with 15 watts of fast charging support that charges the device from 0% to 100% in less than 2 hours. The battery is also an easy 2 days device for an average user. Samsung A04s comes with the 15 watts charger out of the box.
9.) Samsung Galaxy A13: NGN 122,000 – NGN 135,000
Samsung A13 is a 6.6 inches TFT LCD featuring an Infinity-V display or water drop display, and a 1080P (Full HD) screen resolution which is a huge upgrade from the 720P that comes with its predecessor.
This is the same display on the Samsung A23 which is more expensive, though the Galaxy A23 has a 90Hz high refresh rate.
There is no high refresh rate here, it is a standard 60Hz refresh rate which means you should not be expecting a smooth scrolling experience that those going for the more expensive A23, A33 5G, A53 5G, and A73 5G will enjoy.
The multimedia experience is good for a device at this price point but an AMOLED display would have been preferred.
But I think they did this to make other devices such as the Samsung A53 5G that launched alongside it to be more appealing to their fans and customers.
This display is bright, sharp, colorful, and a nice upgrade from the Samsung A12 display. There is nothing to complain about with this display.
It is pretty hard to distinguish the Samsung A13 from the Samsung A32 in 2021. They look the same from both the front and back.
At least compared to the Samsung A13 5G, you can easily tell them apart from the back because the A13 has 4 rear cameras while the Samsung A13 5G has 3 rear cameras even though the arrangement is similar.
Compared to its predecessor, it is different because Samsung A12 cameras are housed in a square container while the A13 main, ultrawide, and macro lenses are arranged vertically with the depth sensor to their right.
So, there isn’t anything too great about the design but there is also nothing to complain about. I wasn’t expecting Samsung to spend a fortune on the design of a low-end device like this. That is understandable for the likes of A33 5G up to the A73 5G.
Apart from the front that has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on it, this device to completely made out of plastic material. This explains why it is so light and can sometimes be easy for you to forget that you are holding something.
The right-hand side of the Samsung A13 housed the volume rocker and the power button which also doubles as the fingerprint scanner.
At the top left side of the device, there is a SIM and SD card slot that is capable of holding two sim cards and an sd card at the same time.
On the bottom, you have the USB Type-C port, 3.5mm headphone jack, microphone, and speaker. The quality of sound coming from the single bottom-firing speaker is great but there is no bass.
There is nothing at the top of the device. Turning to the rear of the device, there is a vertical arrangement of three cameras and one other sensor and flashlight placed to their right.
It is powered by Samsung’s 8nm Octa-core Exynos 850 chipset which uses a Mali G52 GPU. This is the same processor that powered the Samsung A21s that was announced back in 2020 and it is a great upgrade from the MediaTek Helio P35 that powered its predecessor, the Samsung A12.
The processing power is supported by 3GB, 4GB, and 6GB RAM options as well as 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB internal storage options. It also comes with RAM Plus or virtual RAM which is a feature that allows you to temporarily used the internal storage as RAM and this device has 2GB and 4GB options.
This is a very cheap device and you shouldn’t be expecting anything extra-ordinary out of this device. That doesn’t mean it performs very poorly on a day-to-day task.
Surfing the web is great, streaming music and videos from various platforms is amazing for this price however when it comes to gaming and multitasking you might notice it lagging once in a while.
Another thing with trying to play the game on this device is that it can easily get hot especially when you are trying to play this high-end game and this can affect the battery and maybe even the device in the long run. Just stick to simple games and you will be fine.
It runs on One UI 4.1 Core based on Android 12 out of the box and Samsung has promised some years of security updates and OS updates. The version of One UI that this device is using lacks some features that devices running on full One UI 4.1 have such as Secure Folder and Edge Panel.
It is equipped with a 50MP main camera, 5MP ultrawide camera, 2MP macro lens, and 2MP depth sensor. Both the front and back cameras can record video in 1080P @30fps.
This is the same camera as its predecessor except for the fact that the main sensor is now 50MP which was 48MP on the Galaxy A12 but there has been an improvement in the camera quality.
This is a great camera and I will say I was stunned by its camera, especially the back camera. The pictures coming out of this device is sharp, color science and reproduction are great, and it packs a lot of details so far it is in a well-lighted environment.
In low light, this is not the camera you want to be using and it does not have night mode. But in its defense, most flagships out there are also still struggling to capture great photos or videos in low light. I am sure things are going to change in this aspect in the next couple of years.
The video is great too but it could have been better if it had OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) because if your hands are not stable, you might not get good video quality.
It is packed with a 5000 mAh battery and it comes with a 15 watts charger out of the box. Charging this device takes about 2 hours but it is worth it because this device will easily last you more than a day of use and still have some battery left.
For an average user which is most people that will get this device, it is easily a 2-days battery and that is a win for an average Nigerian considering the electricity situation in the country.
10.) Samsung Galaxy A23: NGN 155,000 – NGN 166,000
Samsung A23 is a 6.6-inches TFT display smartphone with a 90Hz high refresh rate, 400 PPI pixel density, and a 1080 x 2408 pixels screen resolution which is also known as Full HD+.
This could have been the best display on any smartphone in this price range had Samsung used a Super AMOLED display on it but we understand they want their much more expensive A series phones to stand out from the entry-level.
However, even with the TFT panel, it is a great display and very few people that know what to look for or have been using an AMOLED display for some time will be able to spot the differences. Watching movies and entertainment, in general, is great on the A23.
It is powered by Snapdragon 680 processor which has Adreno 610 GPU on board to handle graphics-intensive tasks. It runs on One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 out of the box and Samsung has promised that the device will get 3 Android OS upgrades (meaning it will be getting Android 15) and 4 years of security updates (meaning it will be supported till 2026).
You have the option to choose between 4GB, 6GB, and 8GB RAM as well as 64GB and 128GB internal storage. It also has a dedicated SD card slot that supports up to 1TB.
The processing power is Okay for its price range and can do most things that you will need it for day to day. It handles multi-tasking like a champ but the same can’t be said about gaming.
For you to enjoy gaming on this device, you will need to play the game on low Settings. On medium settings, you will notice little lagging here and there which can be frustrating sometimes.
At the rear, it is equipped with a 50MP main camera, a 5MP ultrawide camera, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. The front-facing camera is 8MP. Both the front and rear-facing cameras can shoot videos in 1080P @30fps.
Samsung A23 is one of the few Samsung phones among the ones launched in 2022 to come with a 3.5mm headphone jack. It also has FM Radio, and NFC and uses USB Type-C. Its fingerprint is side-mounted.
It is packed with a 5000 mAh battery capacity and supports 25 watts of fast charging but it comes with a 15 watts charger out of the box. To take advantage of the fast charging support, you will need to get a 25 watts charger. You can get 2 days of use from a single charge.
11.) Samsung Galaxy A33 5G: NGN 237,000
This is a 6.4-inches Super AMOLED display smartphone with a 90Hz high refresh rate, 1080 x 2400 pixels (Full HD+) screen resolution, and 411 PPI pixel density.
Samsung A33 5G has an amazing display quality that is bright and sharp. Thanks to the 90Hz refresh rate, you can expect smooth scrolling and an amazing experience gaming and watching movies on the device.
It has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protecting its display while the rest of the phone is made out of polycarbonate plastic material. It is also IP67 rated which means it is dust and water-resistant up to 1 meter and for up to 30 minutes.
Samsung A33 5G is powered by the same processor powering the A53 5G; the Exynos 1280 which has the Mali-G68 GPU on board to handle tasks that are graphics intensive. It runs on One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 out of the box and Samsung has promised it will be getting up to Android 16 updates as well as security updates till 2027.
You have the option to choose between a 6GB and 8GB RAM variant as well as between a 128GB and 256GB internal storage option. There is an SD card slot that supports up to 1TB but there is a caveat. It is a hybrid sim set up which means you can either use two sim cards or use one sim card and an SD card.
This is a very capable processor that handles multitasking like a champ. While gaming at high Settings, you might notice little lagging or drops in frame rate here and there but nothing too distracting or to be annoyed about.
This processor makes more sense on this device than on the A53 5G and it seems to be better optimized on the A33 5G than on the A53 5G. So, as far as performance or processing power is concerned, this is one of the best phones you can get in this price range.
At the rear, the A33 5G is equipped with a quad camera set up which comprises of 48MP main camera with OIS, 8MP ultrawide, 5MP macro, and 2MP depth sensor. Up front, there is a 13MP camera.
I have nothing to complain about with the output that I am getting from the main camera during the day but the night shots even with night mode turned On can be better.
When it comes to video, you can record up to 4K @30fps but I wouldn’t recommend this quality because it becomes shaky or less stable. But its 1080P @30fps video is great with a lot of details as well as amazing color science and dynamic range.
Samsung A33 5G is packed with a 5000 mAh battery and can charge at 25 watts when you use a Samsung-recommended charger. Considering the fact that this device does not come with a charger, you will have to buy one separately.
It takes the device a little bit more than an hour to be fully charged from 0% and can easily last you for 2 days on a single charge as a normal user. A heavy user will drain the battery in a day.
There is no 3.5mm headphone jack but there is 5G, NFC and its fingerprint scanner is optical under-display.
12.) Samsung Galaxy A53 5G: NGN 289,000 – NGN 302,000
Samsung A53 5G is a 6.5 inches display size smartphone with a Super AMOLED display panel, Full HD+ screen resolution, 405 PPI pixel density, and 120Hz refresh rate.
Like the Galaxy A73 5G above, the high refresh rate on this device is not variable. This means you have to choose between a normal 60Hz refresh rate and a 120Hz high refresh rate.
High refresh rates make anything in motion on your display look much better such as gaming and scrolling. It is one of the needs to have a display feature on a smartphone today.
There is always a concern about high refresh rate and battery consumption but thanks to the efficient processor and the Super AMOLED panel, you have nothing to worry about as the 5000 mAh battery last 2 days on normal usage and a full day for heavy users.
The battery also charges quite fast when charged with Samsung 25 watts fast charger. Unfortunately, there is no charger in the box that this device comes in with. So, you will have to get the charger yourself. It takes about 70 minutes to completely filled up the battery from 0%.
In addition to an awesome display, there is also a stereo speaker with Dolby Atmos audio integration which just takes the entertainment experience to a whole new level.
The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 while the frame and back are made out of polycarbonate plastic material. The device is IP67 rated meaning it is dust and water-resistant up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
It is powered by a 5nm Octa-Core Exynos 1280 processor with Mali-G68 GPU on board to handle everything graphics intensive. It runs on One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 out of the box.
It is a great processor but they could have done better. You can easily get a better alternative at this price range if your priority is performance. If not, then other aspects of the device can complement it.
There is an option to choose between 6GB and 8GB of RAM as well as 128GB and 256GB of internal storage. However, just like the A73 5G above, there is only 128GB internal storage available for the 6GB RAM, the 8GB RAM variants have both 128GB and 256GB internal storage options.
Using an SD card, you can add an additional 1TB of storage. But considering the fact that it uses a hybrid sim setup, you can only use one sim if you want to use an SD card.
While its camera is great for taking pictures, the same can’t be said for video recording as the OIS available on the main camera isn’t that noticeable when you are recording above 1080P @30fps.
Its main camera is 64MP while its ultrawide is 12MP and both the Macro and Depth sensors are 5MP each. The selfie camera is 32MP.
Like the A73 5G and S22 family, there is no 3.5mm headphone jack on the A53 5G and it has an optical under-display fingerprint sensor. There are 5G, NFC, and USB Type-C.
13.) Samsung Galaxy A73 5G: NGN 348,000 – NGN 389,000
This is a 6.7-inches Super AMOLED Plus display smartphone with support for HDR10 and a 120Hz high refresh rate. With a screen resolution of Full HD+ and a pixel density of 393 PPI, this is one of the best displays on any smartphone in its price range.
Its refresh rate is not variable meaning it doesn’t change based on what is on your screen. Rather, you have two choices, either you use the normal 60Hz refresh rate or the 120Hz high refresh rate.
The multimedia experience on this smartphone is next to none when compared to phones in its price range. Thanks to the great display and a pair of stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos audio integration.
Having used this device for a while, I can say you have nothing to worry about when it comes to battery and a high refresh rate. On normal use, you will get a day and a half, and almost a day on heavy use. Without the high refresh rate, it is a 2 days battery and a full-day battery respectively for normal and heavy users.
Its bright, colorful, and sharp display is protected by Gorilla Glass 5 from Corning while the rest of the phone is polycarbonate plastic. It has an IP67 dust and water resistance of up to 1 meter for 30 minutes.
Samsung A73 5G is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G processor which has Adreno 642L GPU on board to handle any graphics-intensive tasks. It runs on One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 out of the box and will be getting 4 years of Android updates (up to Android 16) and 5 years of security updates.
Combining the processor with 6GB or 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB internal storage, the A73 5G becomes one of the best-performing smartphones in its price range with gaming and multitasking superiority.
Configuration options are as follows; 6GB + 128GB or 8GB + 128GB or 8GB + 256GB. You can also expand the storage with an SD card of up to 1TB, but that would mean sacrificing having 2 sim cards (for one sim and sd card) in the phone as it only supports a hybrid sim setup.
As far as photography is concerned, this is one of the best mid-range phones out there in terms of color science, stability, and detailed-packed pictures. It uses a 108MP main camera, 12MP ultrawide camera, 5MP macro lens, and 5MP depth sensor. The front camera is 32MP.
You can record up to 4K videos at 30fps on both the front-facing camera and the rear camera. Thanks to OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) implemented on the main camera, you can expect to get a stable and sharp video every time.
It is packed with a 5000 mAh battery that supports 25 watts of fast charging. It is an easy 2 days battery and charges from 0% to 100% in about 75 minutes when charged with a Samsung 25 watts charger. It is worth noting that there is no charge in the box with this device, you will have to buy one separately.
There is no 3.5mm headphone jack on this device and there is no FM Radio. It uses an optical under-display fingerprint sensor and also supports Face Unlock. It is a 5G phone that also supports NFC and USB Type C.
14.) Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: NGN 1,445,000 – NGN 1,544,500
Samsung Z Fold 4 is the successor to the 2021 Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G and it has a slight improvement over its predecessor but in places where it matters.
It has a slimmer and better hinge, it is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus+, and powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. This is the same protection and chipset used on their latest flagships (the S22 series).
Samsung Z Fold 4 runs on One UI 4.1.1 based on Android 12L out of the box.
The rear camera of the Z Fold 4 is a combination of a 50MP main lens, 12MP ultrawide, and 10MP Telephoto camera with 3x Zoom and 30x digital zoom.
The output from the camera (pictures and videos) is great and even very close to the ones from the S22 series.
The front-facing camera is 4MP (when unfolded), still under the display, and still not great but a little bit better than the one on the Z Fold 3 5G. So, I think with time, they will get it right. The selfie camera when folded is 12MP.
The good thing about this is that you can use the rear camera for selfie when unfolded.
It is packed with the same 4400 mAh battery capacity but it last longer than the Z Fold 3 5G. Thanks to the power management and efficiency of its display and chipset.
15.) Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4: NGN 671,000
The Samsung Z Flip 4 was announced as a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G in 2021. There aren’t any revolutionary upgrades but there are a couple of great updates here and there.
For example, it has a bigger battery of 3700 mAh compared to the 3300 mAh battery of the Z Flip 3 5G. It has a matte finish that registers little to no fingerprint and is not very slippery when held in the hand compared to the glossy finish of the Z Flip 3 5G. The Z Flip 4 also has a slimmer hinge which makes it even more compact/portable compared to its predecessor.
Samsung Z Flip 4 is a 6.7-inches device when opened, has 426PPI pixel density, and features a 1080 x 2640 pixels screen resolution. It has a 120Hz high refresh rate display with 1200 nits peak brightness.
When closed, there is a 1.9-inches OLED cover screen that has tonnes of functionalities built into it.
The device’s back and cover screen are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus+ and Samsung said that the display is now 45% stronger than that of the previous generation.
It is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor which is a 4nm chipset and an improved version of the original Snapdragon Gen 1. This improvement becomes noticeable during intensive tasks like gaming or video editing.
The right-hand side of the device housed the power button which also doubles as the fingerprint scanner. There is also the volume (up and down) button above the power button.
It uses two cameras at the back when opened or the cover when closed. The main camera here is a 12MP lens with f/1.8 aperture and 3x digital zoom capability. The ultrawide is also 12MP but with an f/2.2 aperture.
The selfie camera is 10MP with f/2.4 aperture. While the pictures and video coming out of this device’s camera are great, it is still not flagship level but pretty close.
At the bottom of the device, you have the speaker, the USB type-C port, and the microphone. There is another microphone at the top.
Above are the latest Samsung A, S series, and Fold series you can get your hands on in Nigeria today and how much they currently cost in Naira.
The benefit of getting one of the latest smartphones is that most of the time, they come with the latest processor in town, the latest operating system of custom UI, and the latest screen protection and display features.
This is not to say old phones aren’t good, in fact, some of the time, they are a good buy. Especially when it is an old flagship versus a new mid-range phone.
That is all on Samsung phones and prices in Nigeria. I hope you find this helpful.