In February, Nokia launched the G11 model, and today it launched the Plus version. There is an 8MP front-facing camera on the Nokia G11 Plus, which features a 6.51″ HD+ 90Hz screen. At the rear, a rectangular island houses the 50MP primary camera, accompanied by a 2MP auxiliary unit and LED flash.
An integrated fingerprint scanner is included on the rear panel, which has a textured finish.
On Nokia’s official website, the company does not mention which processor powers the G11 Plus, but it does mention that the phone has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 512 GB.
G11 Plus users will receive updates to Android OS for two years and security updates for three years. Although Nokia is not specific about the version of Android that runs on the G11 Plus, it should be Android 12.
Nokia advertises the G11 Plus’ battery life as lasting three days without mentioning its capacity. In addition to the 5,050mAh battery of the vanilla G11, the Plus model likely also uses a smartphone battery of similar proportions, if not more.
It is available in two colours – Lake Blue and Charcoal Grey – and features a 3.5mm headphone jack and USB-C port.
The Nokia G11 Plus does not yet have a price or availability date.