Nokia G11 Plus is expected to come with a 50-megapixel camera: Nokia is reportedly ready to introduce the G11 Plus smartphone, as a Nokia smartphone with the ‘Plus’ label has been seen on its Bluetooth certification.
According to the source, the phone has been seen with four different model numbers. The likelihood that the smartphone has a 50-megapixel camera was also mentioned.
According to reports, the Nokia G11 Plus has obtained US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval. The Nokia phone was also discovered on the Geekbench testing website, as was previously reported, although without a model number.
A Nokia smartphone with the model numbers TA-1421, TA-1408, TA-1413, and TA-1429 has reportedly been discovered on the Bluetooth listing, according to a report from Nokiapoweruser. The model above numbers is said to be associated with the Nokia G11 Plus model.
Furthermore, it has been disclosed that the mentioned smartphone would feature the prefix “Plus” in its name.
According to the rumour, the smartphone would include a 50-megapixel camera. Four model numbers also suggest that the smartphone may come in four different variations.
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According to the source, the Nokia G11 Plus with the model TA-1413 just received US FCC approval. According to the Bluetooth listing, the smartphone will be powered by a Unisoc SoC.
According to the source, the future Nokia smartphone will have the same 50-megapixel camera as the Nokia G21. Additionally, it said that the recent confirmation from a shop listing that the phone with the model number TA-1429 corresponds to the Nokia G11 Plus was made.
The Nokia G11 Plus was discovered on the testing website Geekbench, as was previously reported. Even while the listing omitted the smartphone’s model number, it disclosed Nokia G11 Plus.
According to the Geekbench listing, the smartphone would be driven by the 1.61GHz, octa-core Unisoc T606 SoC. Additionally, it was said to include a Mali G57 GPU.
According to reports, the smartphone achieved 1,302 points in multi-core performance and 309 points in single-core performance. According to the rumour, the smartphone may run Android 12 and have 4GB of RAM.
The Nokia G11 Plus is slated to ship in 2022, although the firm has not yet commented on its availability. According to a different claim, Nokia plans to introduce several new X and G-series smartphones in the second half of 2022.
Nokia X-series smartphones that are anticipated to be powered by the Snapdragon 480+ SoC include the Nokia XR21 5G, Nokia X21 5G, and Nokia X11 5G.