iPhone 8 price in Nigeria UK used
|iPhone 8 UK Used||Price in Nigeria||Where to buy|
|64GB (Space Grey)||₦114,000||JUMIA|
|256GB (Space Grey)||₦125,000||JUMIA|
The iPhone 8 price in Nigeria UK used is currently selling for about ₦105,000 and ₦125,000 for the 64 and 256GB storage versions respectively, and they both come with 2GB of RAM or memory. The above table gives you some of the best deals and sources where you can buy this phone in Nigeria right now.
So, having seen the price of the iPhone 8 right now in the country, let’s see if this almost 5-year-old device is still worth buying in 2022, and why people think it’s a good device to buy right now.
Yes, definitely. #enjoy.
Okay, so, the iPhone 8 was announced alongside the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X way back in September 2017, and like the 8 Plus that we already discussed, aside from the fact that it’s way cheaper than newer iPhones which is apparently the major driving force behind people going for it even when it’s almost 5 years old, I feel it’s the only iPhone still relevant and worth buying to date if you’re considering iPhones released between 2014 to 2017, which are apparently the iPhone 6, 6s, and 7 series.
Relevant in the sense that;
First of all, it’s the only iPhone (along with the 8 Plus and iPhone X) released between 2014 and 2017 that is still eligible to get occasional software updates from Apple as Apple has recently released its list of devices that will be getting the new iOS 16 update come September, and the iPhone 7 downwards are nowhere to be found.
Secondly, its got a superior build quality that is flagship-worthy if going by today’s standards, as it was the first iPhone to feature a glass back along with the IP67 dust and water resistance rating that we also saw with the iPhone 7.
In terms of performance, it’s got the Apple A11 processor running inside of it along with 2GB of RAM, though it’s not the fastest if considering what we have today, again, considering how Apple optimizes its iOS software to work with their hardware, the iPhone 8 should still be able to deliver a buttery smooth and lag-free performance in day-to-day use.
But something you should keep in mind though is the fact that all iPhones prior to the iPhone 12 and 13 series were notoriously known to run very hotly when in use, which again, might affect the performance after some minutes of use, especially under heavy usage.
In terms of camera, unlike the iPhone 8 Plus with its dual rear cameras, the smaller iPhone 8 came with just a single 12MP rear-facing camera and a 7MP front-facing camera which I believe is still capable of delivering very usable and social-media-ready pictures even in 2022.
And just so you know, it’s the first iPhone capable of recording 4K videos at a maximum framerate of 60fps using its rear-facing camera.
So, in terms of photography and videography, I still think the iPhone 8 should be able to deliver.
Now, coming to the battery aspect of things, the iPhone 8 came with a meager 1821 mAh, and like with the performance, past iPhones prior to the iPhone 12 and 13 series, have never been known for having the best battery lives, so, if you eventually decide to get this phone in 2022, you should be ready to deal with the stress of charging your phone multiple times a day, and most times, having to make use of it while it’s plugged in.
Other features the phone came with include a stereo speaker setup, the 3D Touch display and Home button, and wireless charging.
So, in summary, personally, I’ll say that the iPhone 8 is still a pretty solid phone to buy in 2022, especially for people who are looking for cheaper ways to own an iPhone, and don’t want to buy an outdated device.
So, it’s the least not-outdated iPhone that you can buy in 2022. Period.
iPhone 8 – Full Specifications & Features
|Brand & Model||Apple iPhone 8|
|Announced||September 12, 2017|
|Price in Nigeria||₦105,000 - 125,000|
|Dimensions||138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm (5.45 x 2.65 x 0.29 in)|
|Weight||148 g (5.22 oz)|
|Build||Glass front (Gorilla Glass), glass back (Gorilla Glass), aluminum frame|
|IP67 dust/water resistant (up to 1m for 30 mins)|
|Colors||Silver, Space Gray, Gold, Red|
|Size||4.7 inches, 60.9 cm2 (~65.4% screen-to-body ratio)|
|Panel||Retina IPS LCD|
|Resolution||750 x 1334 pixels, (~326 ppi density)|
|Aspect Ratio||16:9 ratio|
|Features||Ion-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating|
|Wide color gamut|
|3D Touch display & home button|
|Rear||12 MP, f/1.8, 28mm (wide), PDAF, OIS|
|Features||Quad-LED dual-tone flash, HDR|
|Front||7 MP, f/2.2|
|Features||Face detection, HDR, panorama|
|Processor||Apple A11 Bionic (10 nm)|
|CPU||Hexa-core (2x Monsoon + 4x Mistral)|
|GPU||Apple GPU (three-core graphics)|
|RAM & Storage||2GB + 64GB|
|2GB + 128GB|
|2GB + 256GB|
|iOS version||iOS 11, up to iOS 15.6, planned upgrade to iOS 16|
|Size||Li-Ion 1821 mAh, non-removable (6.96 Wh)|
|Charging||Fast charging 15W, 50% in 30 min (advertised)|
|USB||Lightning, USB 2.0|
|Qi wireless charging|
|Fingerprint Reader||Yes, Apple Touch ID (front-mounted)|
|Bluetooth||5.0, A2DP, LE|
|Loudspeakers||Yes, Stereo speakers|
And that wraps it up for the iPhone 8 price in Nigeria UK used, a brief overview of it, and its full specifications. Kindly give this post a thumbs up by sharing it if you find it helpful, and as always, I’ll see y’all tomorrow, #peace out.