Rumors surrounding this putative new-ish phone has arisen thanks to a (less than subtle) new Geekbench leak of an alleged “HMD Global Nokia G11 Plus”. It seems to have the exact same SoC specs as the Unisoc T606 (an ARM processor with 8 cores at 1.61GHz) – however, it runs Android 12 rather than the 11 of the G11. The “G11+” also has 4GB of RAM, whereas the G11 was restricted to 3 at its launch. Therefore, should its potential Plus upgrade truly launch soon, it could end its life on Android 14 rather than 13.
The Nokia G11 has previously been announced as one of the company’s most cheap Android smartphones for 2022. According to a fresh rumour, HMD Global is planning to release a Plus version of the same smartphone. They appear to share similar specifications, although the newer model may include enhancements in RAM and software support. The Nokia G11 smartphone was released in 2022 by HMD Global; now, the OEM may have a new edition for those with a little more money to pay. On the other hand, it may be up to the individual customer to determine whether or not this new Plus edition (or G11+) is deserving of its new designation.
Then again, considering that there is already a 4GB smartphone with its exact specs and an upgraded 50MP main rear camera around in the G21, Nokia may have to strike a careful balance with the G11+’s pricing should it actually exist. Are you a techie who knows how to write? Then join our Team! The allegedly upcoming G11 variant surfaces on Geekbench ahead of its launch. (Source: Geekbench via MySmartPrice). The allegedly upcoming G11 variant surfaces on Geekbench ahead of its launch. (Source: Geekbench via MySmartPrice)