Nokia G11 Plus Listed on Geekbench, Expected to Launch Soon
The Nokia Style+ has appeared on certification databases alongside the Nokia G11 Plus.
Nokia announced the Nokia G11 and Nokia G21 handsets a few months ago. The Nokia G11 Plus appears to be the next handset in the company's entry-level G-series lineup. The presence of a UniSoC processor is revealed in the Geekbench listing for the upcoming Nokia G-series device.
Aside from that, we discovered another Nokia handset – the Nokia Style+ – in the China Quality Certification and WiFi Alliance databases. Let's look at the Nokia G11 Plus Geekbench benchmark scores and specifications in more detail.
Nokia G11 Plus Will Come Pre-Loaded With Android 12!
The upcoming Nokia G11 Plus has been discovered in the Geekbench 5 database. The listing did not reveal the device's model number; instead, it revealed the moniker. According to the listing, the upcoming Nokia handset scored 309 points in the Geekbench 5 single-core round. In the multi-core test, however, the score was recorded as 1302 points.\
The benchmark listing also reveals that the Nokia G11 Plus, like other G-series handsets, will use a UniSoC processor. The listing also indicates the presence of an octa-core processor with a peak frequency of 1.61GHz and a Mali G57 GPU. Based on these, it appears that the upcoming G11 Plus will be powered by a UniSoC T606 processor.
To those who are unaware, the UniSoC T606 is manufactured on a 12nm process and powers several entry-level handsets such as the Nokia G11, Moto E32, and Tecno Spark 8C. The benchmark listing also reveals that the handset will have 4GB of memory. We can expect the Nokia G11 Plus to be released in other memory configurations as well. The handset will be pre-installed with Android 12.
Nokia Style+ Spotted on CQC and Wi-Fi Alliance!
The Nokia Style+, model number TA-1448, has also been spotted on certification websites. According to the WiFi Alliance listing, the device will support 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks. In addition, the handset will come with the most recent version of Android, Android 12. According to the Nokia Style+'s CQC listing, it will support 20W fast charging.
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