HMD Global has quietly launched the Nokia G11. There is no official announcement, only its appearance on the company's website. The phone promises long battery life and two major OS updates.
The Nokia G11 shares most of its hardware with the Nokia G2. But it comes with a lowered main camera and a lighter body.
The Nokia G11 retains the Unisoc T606 chipset but downgrades it to 3GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage. This phone has a micro SD slot for up to 512 GB more.
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A trio of cameras on the back, including a 13 MP main camera and several 2 MP cameras for depth and macro. The selfie camera is equipped with an HMD with 8 MP mounted on a waterdrop notch.
The Nokia G11 is built with a 6.5” LCD with HD+ resolution, 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate.
Its main feature is a 5,050 mAh battery with support for 18W charging, which is said to last up to three days.
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Unfortunately, the adapter that comes in the box is 10W, so enthusiasts will have to provide their own if they want to take advantage of the maximum charging speed.
The Nokia G11 is priced at EUR 159 in Europe. The phone offers two colors, namely ice blue or charcoal gray.