The Nokia G11 launched without much official announcement information, and only appeared on the official Nokia website. This phone promises long battery life as well as two major operating system (OS) updates.
Citing GSM Arena, the Nokia G11 carries most of the same hardware as the Nokia G21, but comes with a lower resolution main camera support and a lighter body.
The Nokia G11 is also supported by the Unisoc T606 chipset but is armed with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space. This phone is also equipped with a microSD slot that supports capacities up to 512GB.
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The triple camera on the back includes a 13MP main camera and two 2MP cameras for depth and macro. Meanwhile, the 8MP front camera is embedded in the design of the screen bangs in the form of water drops.
The Nokia G11 comes with a 6.5-inch LCD screen, HD + resolution, 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate. This phone features a 5,050 mAh battery with support for 18W battery charging, which is claimed to last up to three days.
Unfortunately, the adapter included in the Nokia G11 sales box carries 10W of power, so users need to purchase a higher power adapter separately to take advantage of the maximum charging speed.
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The Nokia G11 is promised three years of security updates and two major OS updates. However, this smartphone still uses last year's OS, Android 11, so the first OS update it will get is an OS update to the latest version.
This phone is marketed in the European market for EUR 159, and is available in two color options, consisting of Ice Blue and Charcoal Gray.