Cheap Nokia smartphone gets big battery, 90Hz screen and mask unlock mode
Together with the affordable Nokia G21, prices for which start at 13,990 rubles, the Finnish brand also introduced an even cheaper version of the Nokia G11. Externally and in terms of characteristics, it is the same as the G21, but the difference lies in the camera, colors and memory.
So, the "eleventh" is sold in the colors "arctic ice" and "graphite". It can be purchased in versions with 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of permanent memory. The main camera is also triple, but here the main sensor is not 50 megapixels, but 13 megapixels – it is complemented by a 2 megapixel macro sensor and a 2 megapixel depth sensor.
And the Nokia G11 does not come with a power supply. All this allowed to reduce the price, and as a result, the option for 3/32 GB of memory https://jiji.ng/cars/maybach was estimated at 10,990 rubles, and with 4/64 GB – at 11,990 rubles. It’s nice that for Russia this device will be supplied in a special version with NFC.
The rest of the specifications are the same – a large 5050 mAh battery that provides up to 3 weeks of autonomy, a 6.5-inch HD display with an adaptive refresh rate of 90 Hz, an 8-megapixel front camera with a face unlock function in a mask, Unisoc Tiger T606 octa-core chip, microSD card support. Meanwhile, the affordable TCL 30 SE smartphone was introduced.
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