So, I will be dedicating this article to the latest iPhone 11 price in Nigeria and specifications. This is because there is no complete resource on the internet that discusses in detail the iPhone 11 price in Nigeria. This article won’t just review the price of the iPhone 11, it will also review some key features of the smartphone.
How much is iPhone 11 in Nigeria
How much is iPhone 11 in Nigeria? The iPhone 11 price in Nigeria is 255,000 Naira for 64GB, 270,000 Naira for the 128GB and 325,000 Naira for 256GB. The smartphone is available on Jumia, Konga, and Slot Nigeria. You can also buy the iPhone 11 on Amazon if you are willing to deal with the wait times. For customers who buy on Jumia, you should probably receive your smartphone in as little as a week depending on which part of the country you live. Let’s take a look at some interesting features of the iPhone 11.
Apart from the iPhone 11 price in Nigeria, memory is another thing I really love about the phone. The smartphone comes in three key memory variants, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. Each of these variants come in different prices. So you should check out the variant before you buy to be sure you’re getting what you really want to buy.
The weight of the iPhone 11 is 195 grams. The phone comes with a Width of 75.7mm, height of 150.9mm and depth of 8.3mm. The iPhone 11 is rated IP68, which means it is water resistant up to a depth of 2 meters and 30 minutes under water.
The screen of the smartphone is a Liquid Retina HD Display, all-screen LCD Multi-Touch display with IPS technology. The screen sports a resolution of 1792 by 828 Pixels, and a resolution of 326 ppi. The screen of the iPhone 11 has a contrast ratio of 1400:1.
In addition, the iPhone 11 sports Haptic Touch, a 625 nits max brightness and a fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating. All of these makes the iPhone 11 one of the best-looking smartphones around. This is worth every dime of the iPhone 11 price in Nigeria.
The iPhone 11 comes with a Dual 12MP Ultra Wide and Wide cameras. The smartphone also comes with an Ultra Wide f/2.4 aperture, a wide f/1.8 aperture and a 120 degree field of view.
The smartphone also comes with a 2x optical zoom out and a digital zoom up of up to 5x. The iPhone 11 also sports a Portrait mode, and advanced bokeh and depth control. The portrait lighting also comes with six effects, Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono, and High-Key Mono. The iPhone 11 is also comes with Facial recognition.
The iPhone 11’s battery last an hour longer than the battery on the iPhone XR. On video playback, the iPhone 11 has a video playback of up to 17 hours and a video playback (streamed) of up to 10 hours. On Audio playback, the iPhone 11 runs for up to 65 hours.
The battery promises a 50 percent charge in 30 minutes with its 18W adapter or higher. The battery is built-in and non-removable. It also comes with wireless charging.
The iPhone 11 comes with iOS 13. The operating system is touted as the world’s most personal and secure operating system on mobile, packed with great features, and extensively designed to protect your privacy.
What do you think? Is the iPhone 11 price in Nigeria worth the investment? Or do you think we could get something better?
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