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Top 5 Android Phones in Nigeria with Best Battery Life.

Top 5 Android Phones in Nigeria with Best Battery Life.
Written by Agboola Sodiq

One of the most important jigsaw in finding the perfect Android smartphone in Nigeria is, Battery life.

The last thing we all want is to find out that, a recently purchased Android smartphone is always running out of juice. Lack of electricity in the country has made smartphone’s battery power, the top-most sought after specification most customers tend to look for when purchasing a new device.

Averagely a new Android device should last a full working day with moderate use, but over time these batteries begin to lose quality due to wear and tear.

Smartphones have grown over the last few years, as we are seeing lots of them match processing powers of laptops and other high-end devices. But battery life hasn’t seen improvements as normally expected. We have also seen Android phones that can run high-end graphics games (i.e Pokemon Go) but suffers a lot due to battery strength.

This list of Android Phones in Nigeria with Best Battery Life hopes to help users find the perfect Android device that can match our activities.

These Android phones also pack plenty of features like dual sim, processing speed, and high memory space to help you make use of your device efficiently and survive the rigid power nature of Nigeria.

  1. Infinix Note 3 (4500mAh)


The Note 3 is one the flagship device of popular smartphone manufacturer, Infinix Mobility. The device runs on the stable Android Marshmallow and an excellent camera. Don’t also forget the great battery life.

Sim Type: Dual Sim.

Processor: Mediatek Octa-core 1.3GHz MT6753

Screen Size : 6.0 inch screen.  Back Camera : 13MP, Front Camera: 5MP

Memory : 2GB RAM. Security : Fingerprint Reader.

Battery: 4500mAh.

2. Asus Zenfone Max (5000 mAh (Non-removable))


The best thing about the Asus Zenfone Max is the battery power- a 5000mAh unit. The company claimed the non removable battery can deliver 38 hours of talk time.

Sim Type: Dual Sim/ Micro Sim. Battery: 5000 mAh Battery (Non-removable)

Processor: Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410, Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53

Memory : 2GB RAM. Screen Size: 5.5-inch Touch Display, 720 x 1280 pixels (267 ppi)

Back Camera : 13MP, Front Camera: 5MP

Battery: 5000 mAh Battery (Non-removable)

3. Gionee Marathon M3 (5000 mAh Li-Ion Battery.)


Gionee promised, this device will provide up to 32 hours of 3G talk time, 51 hours of 2G talk time, and up to 33 days on standby. The only negative the device has is, Camera.

OS: Android 4.4.2 (KitKat). Sim Type: Dual Sim. Processor: 1.3GHz quad-core Processor.

Memory: 1 GB RAM. Screen Size : 5.0-inch IPS Display, 720 x 1280 pixels (294ppi).

Back Camera : 8MP, Front Camera: 2MP.

Battery: 5000 mAh Li-Ion Battery.

4. Lenovo Vibe P1 (5000 mAh Li-Ion Battery.)


This is another power horse from popular smartphone manufacturer, Lenovo. It can also be used to charge other accessories too.  On it you can find a switch called, OneKey Power Saver that enables users to save battery power.

OS: Android 5.1 (Lollipop). Sim Type: Nano SIM. Processor: 15, 1.0 Quad Core Processor (Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615).

Memory: 2 GB RAM. Screen Size : 5.5-inch IPS Touch Display, 1080 x 1920 pixels (401 ppi).

Back Camera : 13MP, Front Camera: 5MP.

Battery: 5000 mAh Li-Ion Battery.

5. Gionee Marathon M5. (6020mAh Li-Po)


The Gionee Marathon M5 is a mega-power machine, as it offers 62 hours of talk time & 600 hours of of standby. Currently it is the smartphone with most powerful battery power in Nigeria.

OS: Android 5.1 (Lollipop). Sim Type: Nano SIM. Processor: Mediatek 1.3GHz Octa-Core

Memory: 3 GB RAM. Screen Size : 5.5-inch IPS Touch Display.

Back Camera : 13MP, Front Camera: 5MP.

Battery: 6020mAh Li-Po