iPhone 8 Specifications and Price in Nigeria With Wireless Charging

Here is the full specifications of latest iPhone 8 which features wireless charging technology as well as other amazing features that will be revealed here. The new Apple phone runs on Apple's iOS 11 operating system which is the latest at the moment.
Iphone 8 wireless charging
The iPhone 8 looks similar to its predecessor, the iPhone 7 in terns of physical appearance. It has the same design and same screen size and resolution. This time though, there is glass both on the front and the back of the phone. But when comparing internal features, iPhone 8 beats the previous version in a bigger way as it has a more powerful OS, processor, GPU, advanced charging technology etc.

Now when talking about the specs of this iPhone 8, it features 4.7 inches display at 750 x 1334 pixels resolution. The iPhone 8 is dust and water resistant as it's IP68 certified. Meanwhile, it has only one SIM slot and no space for memory expansion via SDcard. In other words, you can't use a memory card on it so you have to make due with the 64/128GB inbuilt storage while the RAM capacity is 2GB.

In terms of photography, iPhone 8 has 12-megapixel back camera and 5-megapixel front facing camera for selfies and your video chats. It has fingerprint scanner, barometer sensor and many other sensors as listed in the phone specs sheet below in this article.

Moving over to one of the highlights of this device which is the "wireless charging" technology implemented on it, though the battery capacity isn't yet specified by Apple but the specs shows it supports reverse charging that will make it possible to also charge other phones through it.

So talking about iPhone 8 price in Nigeria, it will costs you around N300,000 Naira. The international price starts at $699. The phone was launched on September 12, 2017 and will be available in the market starting from September 22, 2017. Checkout the full specs and images below;
Apple Iphone 8

GSM: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G: LTE frequency bands + VoLTE 1(2100) / 2(1900) / 3(1800) / 4(1700/2100) / 5(850) / 8(900) / 12(700) / 13(700) / 17(700) / 18(800) / 19(800) / 20(800) / 25(1900) / 26(850) / 29(700)
SIM Type: Nano-SIM

OS: iOS 11

Dimensions: 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm
Weight: g
Display: 4.7-inch, 750 x 1334 pixels (326 PPI) True Tone display with ion-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating
Sensors: Fingerprint, Ambient Light, Gyro, Barometer, Geomagnetic, Accelerometer, Proximity and Compass
Build: Series 7000 Aluminium frame + Glass back. IP68 certified – dust and water resistant
Colours: Silver, Space Gray, Gold

Processor Type: Hexa-core
Processor Name: A11 Bionic
Graphics Processor: Triple-Core

Internal Storage: 64 GB / 256 GB
External Storage: None

Rear: 12 megapixels Camera, f/1.8, optical image stabilization, LED flash
Video recording: 4K @ 60fps
Front-facing: 5 megapixels, f/2.0, 86° wide angle

Music Support: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player
Loudspeaker: Stereo
Video Support: MP4/MPEG4/H.263/H.264 player
FM Radio: No

Bluetooth: v5.0
WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspot
GPS: Yes
USB: v3.0, reversible connector

Charging: Qi Wireless Charging
Battery: Non-removable
Launch Date: September 12, 2017
Availability: September 22, 2017
Phone Price: $699 / $849

In conclusion, Apple is one of the most trusted and popular smartphone brands in the world hence the massive sales of any of their products. Though, personally i think iPhone devices are overrated in the sense that the hype accompanying their devices are just too much when compared to the actual device specs.

Although Apple doesn't hype, inflate or give out fake specs, when they tell you this is 12 megapixels, that's exactly what it is unlike some Chinese phone makers that will label a product to have 20 megapixels camera which is actually 8 megapixels in reality. But I still stand that iPhone devices are overated but good shaa. What do you think?


  1. Replies
    1. It will be officially available in stores starting from September 22nd.

      The device is expected to be live on Konga and Jumia as well as some accredited offline stores across Nigerian cities

    2. Please don't get it twisted, could you please use the money for more productive ventures than using it on buying this IPhone.

      Anyways it's your money.

  2. Well said wizy..... iPhones are excellent phones but overrated....nice one and thanks for saying the truth..God bless you

  3. After looking at the specs, I quickly went straight to the price tag and it scared me away.

    Thanks for the updates

  4. They are not overrated to the actual users bro..
    I use android and iso but the difference is over 10km

  5. I only use android when they is a fbt around but the ram and the processor speed is not to compared...android tell you 1gb ram but can't run 5app simultaneously without hanging.. iso 1gb ram can run 10apps and still be cool and better than 2gb ram of android

    1. Well said but no matter how convincing your point may sound, i just don't fancy them.

      Anyways, it's a matter of choice

  6. thanks fr the update sir.....more blessing fr posting this wonderful posts here

    ..thanks wizy

  7. according to ur posts
    the place I love so much is wen u said
    it supports reverse charging that
    will make it possible to also charge other phones
    through it......this Iphone makes a lot of sense....

    and wizy is the battery capacity is it strong.. can it last up to 3days?

    1. So many Android phones now comes with reverse charging too.

      Battery won't last up to 2 days

  8. Blessing Shiola please use that money for something good biko!

  9. Let's help and promote our beloved Android OS.

    The number of people using Android powered devices in Nigeria is far more greater than IOS users.