Apple products are really common the UK used market. In fact, 7 out of 10 people in Nigeria using an iPhone bought it as UK used – even the so called “big boys”. The iPhone 7+ UK used is one of the frequently bought devices in Nigeria. Why? Because it’s not very expensive and it’s a very lovely smartphone.
Buying iPhone 7+ UK used is not as difficult as you might have assumed. However, care must still be taken to avoid buying a copy, or worse, a stolen device. Which might land you where you do not want to be.
Before we proceed to disclosing the iPhone 7+ UK used price in Nigeria, let’s first go through the specifications of this device and possibly highlight why you might want to consider buying this phone. And of course, a trusted means of getting it in Nigeria without much hassle. Proceed below.
iPhone 7+ UK Used Specs
The iPhone 7+ is about 6-inches in size but the display is not more than 5.5 inches. The remaining 0.5 inches was split between the top and bottom bezels. The top bezel holds the 7MP front-facing camera, face detector and speaker while the bottom bezel houses Apple’s popular 3D home button/fingerprint sensor.
This smartphone was released in September 2016. Due to that, it only has access to IP67 certification. That is, it is dust and water resistant. While the dust resistance capacity is never specified, the 7+ can last for up to 30 minutes in not more than 1 meter depth of water. Taking it beyond that depth or the specified time may cause some trouble.
The display was good during its own time. In fact, it still features better specs than some phones we have in 2020. The Retina IPS LCD is protected by a gorilla glass which was described as “ion-strengthened” and is covered in oleophobic coating. Furthermore, it features 1080 x 1920 pixels in resolution and 401 ppi density.
Being a 2016 device, the iPhone 7+ comes pre-installed with iOS 10 but that is upgradable to iOS 13.6; no problem in that area. However, it runs on Apple A10 fusion chip which although was one of the best back then, it’s now slightly old. Nonetheless, you’ll still enjoy using this phone.
Along with the A10 fusion chip, the 7+ sports a Quad-core 2.34 GHz (2x Hurricane + 2x Zephyr) processor and PowerVR Series7XT Plus graphics processor which has 6 cores. For a 2016 device, this combo is very lit. However, some Samsung phones that featured Exynos chip already had access to Octa-Core CPUs. That include the S7 devices and the discontinued Galaxy Note 7.
Next on, we have the battery. I must admit that this phone falls short a bit in this aspect. In a world where internet connection is probably as important as eating a balanced diet, the iPhone 7+’s 2,900 mAh in-built battery won’t do you much good. However, you can always opt for a strong power bank to either quadruple or quintuple your usage time.
Before we go to the camera, let’s stop by the memory options. With the iPhone 7+, you can pick between 32GB + 3GB RAM, 128GB + 3GB RAM and 256GB + 3GB RAM. Like any other Apple device you know, this phone does not support memory expansion by SD card.
On the camera, we have 3 lenses in total. 2 at the back and one at he front. The front cameras are 12MP each. One is a normal wide lens while the other is an ultra-wide telephoto lens. They can capture up to 4k resolution video at 30 frames-per-second. The front camera is a normal 7MP lens and it’s clean too.
Other features include Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, Siri natural language commands and dictation. There’s WLAN (Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, hotspot). There’s no FM Radio and 3.5mm jack. USB isn’t present either. Instead, we have Apple’s proprietary reversible connector. This phone supports 3G.
iPhone 7+ UK Used Price in Nigeria
If you’re planning to buy iPhone 7+ now, there’s a high chance that you’ll be buying it second hand or UK used. Some people recommend second hand over UK used but I do not understand why. Afterall, the UK used phone has been properly refurbished.
From the 32GB version to the 256GB version, iPhone 7+ UK Used costs between #95,000 NGN to #170,000 NGN. However, the most common in Nigeria is the 128GB version and it costs between #130,000 NGN to #150,000 NGN.
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