Nokia’s launched low-budget ‘G11 Plus’ smartphone.

Nokia’s low-budget ‘G11 Plus’ smartphone launched:

6.5-inch Full HD+ screen and 50MP dual rear cameras; 3 days battery life claim

Nokia has launched its low-budget ‘G11 Plus’ smartphone in India during the festival season. In this 4G mobile priced at Rs 12,499, the user will get a 6.5-inch Full HD + screen. It has a 50MP primary camera. With 5000mAh battery, Nokia has also claimed battery back-up for 3 days.

64GB storage in 4G smartphone

The dual SIM variant of the low-budget 4G smartphone has been launched for sale in India. It will get 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Which can be increased up to 512GB with the help of memory card. The 3GB RAM plus 32GB and 64GB storage variants of the G11 Plus have not been launched in India.

50MP Dual Rear Camera

An 8-megapixel selfie camera will be available in the mobile with 10W USB Type-C fast charger. The rear camera has a 50MP AI powered primary sensor and a 2MP depth camera. LED flash will also be available on the rear side. It will be able to fit Nano and Dual Stand-by SIM.

rear mounted finger print sensor

It will have a 3.5mm headphone jack. Bluetooth and FM radio connectivity will also be available with Wi-Fi, 4G connectivity. Rear mounted fingerprint, accelerometer and proximity sensor will also be available. The mobile is available in Lake Blue and Charcoal Gray color options.

Will work on Android 12 OS

Nokia’s 4G smartphone will work on the Android 12 operating system. Which will be able to support Android 13 and Android 14 OS. With a refresh rate of 90Hz, touch sampling rate of 180Hz and Unisoc T606 octa core processor, the user will get a fast mobile using experience.

can buy from here

In June this year, Nokia did the global launch of the G11 Plus. Now launched it in India. Indian users will be able to buy mobiles from Nokia’s official website. The mobile will soon be available for sale on the official store and online shopping website.

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