Nokia launched the G11 in February, and this June, it followed up with the Plus model. The Nokia G11 Plus is built around a 6.51″ HD+ 90Hz screen with a notch for the 8MP selfie camera. The 50MP primary camera on the rear is housed inside a rectangular island, joined by a 2MP auxiliary unit and LED flash.
The rear panel, having a textured finish, also sports a fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication.
Nokia’s official website doesn’t reveal the processor that powers the G11 Plus, but the company says the smartphone has 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage onboard, expandable up to 512GB via a microSD card.
The G11 Plus comes with the promise of two years of Android OS upgrades and three years of monthly security updates. Nokia doesn’t tell us what version of Android the G11 Plus runs out of the box, but it should be Android 12.
Nokia is advertising the G11 Plus with a 3-day battery life without mentioning the battery capacity. However, since the vanilla G11 packs a 5,050 mAh battery, the Plus model is also likely fueled by a similarly sized cell, if not bigger.
The Nokia G11 Plus features a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB-C port and has two color options – Lake Blue and Charcoal Grey.
The pricing and availability of the Nokia G11 Plus are unknown.