HMD Global has introduced a modified version of the G11 that was released in March.
Developed and manufactured by HMD Global, Nokia G models are much cheaper smartphones but equally reliable alternatives to high-end smartphones. The Nokia G11 becomes available this springHowever, its more advanced version, the G11 Plus, is arriving soon, which according to reports can last up to three days on a single charge.
The Finnish manufacturer has not yet determined the cost of the phone, but it will likely not be much more expensive than its 60,000 HUF little brother.
The Nokia G11 Plus also got a dual-lens camera island and a front camera, the device is very durable and, based on the IP52 rating, will not have any problems in the rain. The 6.517-inch HD+ LCD screen is capable of 90Hz refresh rate, which is much better than the regular G11, with a 50MP sensor instead of a 13MP camera. the device It is powered by a Unisoc T606 processor with 4GB of RAM and expandable storage up to 64GB.
The phone supports Bluetooth 5.0 and dual-band Wi-Fi, and in addition to its USB-C port, it also has a jack connector and a nano-SIM slot. The G11 Plus also has a fingerprint reader and facial recognition, and Android 12 will receive security updates for three years.
Perhaps one of the biggest advantages of the device is that it can be used for a long time on a single charge. Nokia has not released any official data, but based on reports, the phone does not need to be reconnected to the network for three days when charged at 100%.
The release date of the Nokia G11 Plus is not yet known, but it is already known that it will be available in gray and blue colors.
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