From GSMArena, we learned that Nokia had launched a new smartphone dubbed the Nokia G11 Plus. The word “Plus” hints that there has been another model with more modest features. In fact, this is the slightly polished variant of the G11 released in February.
The Nokia G11 Plus sports a 6.51-inch screen with an ancient HD+ resolution. Even not looking at the rest of the features, we can assume that the Nokia G11 Plus is a low-end smartphone. But as usual, there are some surprises. Say, this phone supports a 90Hz refresh rate. In the notch, there is an 8MP camera for selfies and video calls. Other than that, on the opposite side, we can find a 50MP main camera sensor, which is placed inside a rectangular frame. Apart from this primary lens, there is also a 2MP secondary lens as well as a LED flash.
By the way, the back panel comes with a textured finish. There, we can see a fingerprint recognition module.
Interestingly, there is no specific information concerning the phone’s processor. But from the official listing, we can see that the Nokia G11 Plus features 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage. The latter can be expanded to up to 512GB via the microSD card slot.
Nokia and Google are in good cooperation, and the company promises at least two years of Android OS upgrades and three years of monthly security updates. Though the manufacturer doesn’t mention the Android version, there is every reason to think it will be Android 12.
Other than that, the Nokia G11 Plus boasts of 3-day battery life. But we do not know what a capacity it has. However, since the vanilla G11 came with a 5,050mAh battery, this model is also likely to come with an identical battery, at least.
Our protagonist also features a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB-C port. There are two color variants two choose from – Lake Blue and Charcoal Grey.
The company will announce the price of the phone as well as the availability later.