HMD Global launched the newest device in the G series, the Nokia G11 Plus in September last year. It is the successor to the Nokia G10 which was released in 2021.
The Nokia G11 Plus is available for purchase in Kenya, and it costs Ksh. 18,000. It is available for sale in all Nokia retail centres and on online retail shops.
The Nokia G11 Plus is powered by a Unisoc T606 chipset, with an 8-core architecture design with two of its processors being the Cortex-A75 running at 1.6GHz. The remaining six cores are the Cortex-A55 also maxing out at 1.6GHz.
It comes with a 6.52-inch screen with a 720 by 1600 pixels resolution and a ratio of 20:9 with a pixel density of approximately 295 pixels per inch. It has a maximum brightness of 400nit which affects viewing under bright sunlight.
It has with a dual camera setup i.e., 50 Megapixel (wide) and 2 Megapixel (depth), coupled with a 8 MP selfie camera. It comes with 64 GB internal storage, 4 GB RAM and run on the Android 12 operating system.
We unboxed the Nokia G11 Plus and here are our first impressions