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What Our Review Thinks of Afrione Phones and Prices

Afrione phones are gradually becoming known-pals among smart gadget-savvy ones. But what do we think of the locally made brand of mobile phones?

We spent a good amount of time reviewing the features of the best to the latest Afrione phones and their prices in Nigeria.

 

Everyone looks for the best of devices when it comes to deciding what suits their needs. It could be the camera, battery life, the cost of purchasing to a lot more but one thing you will probably have most in mind is quality.

Afrione and possible league colleagues like Tecno, iTel and Infinix don’t have that much trust in quality amongst people compared to brands like Samsung, iPhone, Huawei and other big ones.

Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean Afrione phones are not of quality but only suffers from newbie-syndrome because it is pretty kiddie compared to long-existing brands.

Since the brand is growing and you might own one of its gadget models soon, we decided to run through the features of its available devices.

 

Latest Afrione Phones and Prices

Won’t you prefer getting one of the latest Afrione devices especially when it meets your budget? Well, we do say “who no like beta thing?”. Your answer sure will be a yes.

But how do you tell which meets your specifications? To help you decide, here below are the best and latest Afrione phones in Nigeria:

 

Afrione Cygnus X

cygnus x afrione phone

Quick Picks:

  • Price: ₦50, 000 – ₦60,000
  • Display: 6.53’’ waterdrop full display
  • Camera: Front is 20MP; Dual rear camera is 20MP + 2MP with flash
  • Operating System: Android 9.0
  • SIM: Dual (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
  • Body: Front Glass, Plastic Back
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Internal Memory: 64GB, expandable up to 128GB
  • Network: GSM / HSPA / LTE
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, supports Wi-Fi, USB 2.0
  • Battery: 4000mAh Non-removal Li-ion Battery
  • Security: Fingerprint, Face unlock
  • Colours: Royal Purple, Vacation Blue

This feature-rich packed device is probably the best to have been made by the brand.

If you want a phone that could stay active for long with you jamming your favourite music, videos to checking your social media timeline, the Afrione Cygnus X could be the friend you need.

It comes with a 4,000mAh battery capacity which can last up to 2 days with slight use or approximately 10 hours using it to access your favourite social media platforms but if you are a game-freak, this can stay active for up to 5 hours.

An amazing 20MP camera at the front means you can enjoy super-clear selfies like never before as its back camera which also comes with 20MP + 2MPdual rea camera. Additionally, the flashlight is awesome for clearer pictures in the dark.

But how does this Afrione phone cost compares to its specifications?

The device is priced between ₦50,000 and ₦60, 000 which is fairly cheap to its price.

Having a side to side look at it and the Samsung Galaxy A20S which has 3GB RAM, 13MP max camera, 32GB internal memory and sold higher at over ₦75, 000, the Afrione Cygnus is a great deal at its price.

If you want a mobile device packed with a lot of features that meets comparatively with high models from popular brands, the Cygnus X should be one of your considerations.

 

Afrione Cygnus

cygnus afrione phone

Quick Picks:

  • Price: ₦45, 000 – ₦50,000
  • Display: 6.53’’ waterdrop full display
  • Camera: Front is 5MP; Dual rear camera is 20MP + 2MP with flash
  • Operating System: Android 9.0
  • SIM: Dual (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
  • Body: Front Glass, Plastic Back
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Internal Memory: 32GB, expandable up to 128GB
  • Network: GSM / HSPA / LTE
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, supports Wi-Fi, USB 2.0
  • Battery: 4000mAh Non-removal Li-ion Battery
  • Security: Fingerprint, Face unlock
  • Colours: Blue, Black

If the Cygnus X above is higher than your budget, you will probably go for its lower option, the Cygnus.

The device has modest features still cool for a nice phone you can have for your smart life.

It has the same battery capacity as the earlier option and also Li-ion non-removable type.

Housing 20MP rear camera means you can enjoy clearer pictures with your phone.

It is made of plastic back and glassy front which is also a similar feature on the Afrione Cygnus X.

The Cygnus and the X version Afrione phones were both released at the same time (Jaanuary 2020) hence, the closeness of the model name.

 

Afrione Gravity Z2

Gravity Z2 Afrione Phone

 

Quick Picks:

  • Price: ₦25, 000 – ₦30,000
  • Display: 5.5 inches / 1440 x 720 pixels
  • Camera: Back 13MP, Front 13MP
  • Operating System: Android 8.1
  • SIM: Dual (Nano and Micro-SIM)
  • Body: Front Glass, Plastic Back
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Internal Memory: 16GB / Expandable by up to 32GB
  • Network: GSM / HSPA / LTE
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, supports Wi-Fi, USB 2.0
  • Battery: 3500 mAh
  • Security: Fingerprint, Face unlock
  • Colours: Black, Red

The Gravity Z2 is a remodelled version of the defunct Z1 to give it a better appearance and classiness.

The Z1 and Champion were the first set of Afrione phones to be made by the company and both made the brand known in the mobile-tech space.

The Gravity Z2 has 3,500mAh battery capacity which is impressive considering that you won’t spend much compared to buying similar-feature smartphones from other brands.

If you love a good network, this model is packed with dual SIM (nano and micro) cards with both supporting 4G for you to enjoy surfing smiling.

The 13MP rear camera might not compare to the earlier models but at its price, this is worth having especially that the front-facing camera is 8MP rich for good selfies.

 

Afrione Champion Pro

Champion Pro Afrione Phone

Quick Picks:

  • Price: ₦20, 000 – ₦28,000
  • Display: 5.0 inches / 960 x 480 pixels
  • Camera: Dual Rear (8MP + 2MP), Dual Front (8MP +0.3MP)
  • Operating System: Android 8.1
  • SIM: Dual (Dual Nano)
  • Body: Front Glass, Plastic Back
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Internal Memory: 16GB / Expandable by up to 32GB
  • Network: 2G/3G
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, supports Wi-Fi, USB 2.0
  • Battery: 4,500 mAh
  • Security: Fingerprint
  • Processor: 1.3 GHz Quad-core – MT6580
  • Colours: Black

This model is another affordable option with lovely features for a super-smart you.

It’s small-width size makes it a pocket-fitting smartphone to complement your style if you love compactness.

With 4,500mAh battery size, you probably won’t need a back-up phone to keep your SIM cards active for calls.

Afrione Champion Pro comes with dual rear camera with megapixels of 8 and 2 respectively in addition to its 8MP + 0.3MP front facing camera for you to enjoy taking selfies.

The 16 gigabyte size of its internal memory should be enough to handle your files but if you are a heavy files user, the capacity is expandable up to 32 gigabyte.

The phone supports 2G and 3G which is not bad for connecting to your favourite social media channels and watching cool videos on Netflix or YouTube.

 

Afrione 2in1 Transformer Tablet

2in1 Transformer Tablet Afrione Phone

Quick Picks:

  • Price: ₦70, 000 – ₦80,000
  • Display: 10.1″ IP Screen 800X1200 Resolution
  • Camera: Dual Camera 2MP & 5MP
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home Basic or Android 6.0
  • SIM: Normal
  • Body: Front Glass, Plastic Back
  • RAM: 2GB RAM DDR III
  • Internal Memory: 16GB / Expandable by up to 32GB
  • Network: 2G/3G
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, supports Wi-Fi, USB 2.0
  • Battery: 5,400mAh
  • Processor: QUAD CORE up to 1.3GHZ
  • Colours: Black, Green, Indigo

 

While this is a tablet, we made a special mention for it because it is the first device to be made by the company and it was notable for its rise in choice with participants of the N-Power project.

When the Afrione 2in1 Transformer made its way to N-power, it took it few weeks to be among the top selected devices, thanks to its 2in1 promises as a mini laptop and tablet.

Just as the Afrione phones are well-crafted, this device comes pack with some amazing features for a tablet to have.

The screensize is at 10.1 inches with a resolution of 800×1200.

It features a 16GB internal storage size which you can expand with up to 32GB microSD to handle more files.

5MP and 2MP dual camera is fair enough for a tablet and should enable you take pictures and make clear video calls when neccessary.

You know it won’t be complete without mentioning its accompanying magnetic docking keyboard which will turn your tablet into a mini laptop within seconds.

If you want to balance your collection, you can top it up with one of the Afrione phone compatible accessories like the A3 wired headset which works perfect with the tablet.

 

Afrione phones like every other locally made brands suffers from low-perception because of its made in Nigeria tag.

Fortunately in terms of quality and performance, it continues to deliver coupled with their nationwide support centres availability for better customer supports.

If you are thinking about getting a good phone while considering affordability, these devices should definitely be on your list.

Do you own one of the Afrione phones or heard something we have not covered in this guide? Do let us know by using the comment section.

 

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