Nokia G11 is a New Entry-level Android Phone Featuring a 90Hz Screen and Long Battery Life

Faisal Rasool

Earlier this week, HMD Global introduced the Nokia G21 in Europe. And HMD Global has now followed up on this budget phone with a new entry-level Nokia phone, the Nokia G11. Here’s what the latest G-series phone has to offer.

HMD Global has revisited the design of these phones. The distinctive donut camera housing is gone and replaced with a  generic domino plate. Nokia G11 rocks a triple-lens camera contained inside a neatly rounded square off-center.

The casing has a rugged texture that resists fingerprints. As always, the phone has an extra button for summoning the Google assistant. Plus, the side power key doubles as the fingerprint scanner. You can pick the Nokia G11 in brown and blue shades.

The display of the Nokia budget new model is a 6.5” LCD that peaks at 720P resolution and refreshes at a smooth 90Hz rate. Note, however, that the high refresh rate only works for certain built-in apps. The screen is flanked by heavy bezels and a drop notch. The notch houses an 8MP front camera. And the rear camera features 13MP wide-angle, 2MP macro, and 2MP portrait shooters.

Everything runs on a massive 5050 mAh battery. HMD promises three-day battery life out of a single charge. Plus, the phone supports 18W rapid charging, but the power brick in the retail box is limited to 10W. The Nokia G11 boots to Android 11. You get two years of guaranteed OS upgrades. Not to mention support for NFC payments. 

Nokia G11 comes in a single 3GB+32GB variant, powered by Unisoc silicon. It starts from €159 (~ Rs. 31,900) in Europe.


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