Are you shopping for a new smartphone and you want to stay within a budget of 3000 Ghana cedis? Here are some best phones under 3000 cedis to fit your needs.
Even though iPhone11 was launched in 2019, it is still a formidable phone as compared to other phones released at the same time.
The final price you may get this device for will depend on the model and storage options you choose as well as the shop you buy it from.
Let’s look at some key specs for this device:
- 6.1-inch display
- 12MP wide and ultra-wide cameras
- 12MP selfie camera
- Upgradable to iOS 15.4
- Apple A13 Bionic
Google Pixel 5A
The Pixel 5A is a well-rounded device and is worthy of mention in this list.
Pixel 5A comes with a 6.34-inch display and is upgradable to Android 12. The Pixel 5A will also receive security updates from Google until next year.
One of the lesser patronized phone brands in Ghana is the OnePlus, however, it is definitely worth your money.
This smartphone was one of the top midrange Android phones launched in 2020.
- 6.55 inches
- 48MP (wide), 16MP (ultrawide) rear cameras
- 16MP selfie camera
- Upgradable to Android 12
Samsung Galaxy A52
The Galaxy A52 was released in 2021 and has a 6.5-inch OLED screen that gives you a pleasant visual experience. In addition to that, you can upgrade to Android 12 and One UI 4.
- 4GB – 8GB RAM
- 128GB – 256GB storage
- 64MP main camera
- 32MP selfie camera
iPhone SE (2020)
This device is a great bargain given that you’ll receive an iOS 15.4 update.
Even for a budget phone, you still get the A15 Bionic processor which also powers the iPhone 13.
The only knock on the iPhone SE (2020) is that it has a 4.7-inch display which, personally, feels small.
Last but not least on this list of best phones under 3000 cedis is, Vivo Y70.
The Vivo Y70 may be one of the phones that slips under your radar when shopping but it shouldn’t. For its price, Vivo Y70 has impressive specifications, talk of a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a built-in fingerprint sensor, 8GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of storage space.