HMD Global only released the entry-level mobile phone Nokia G11 a few months ago, and it is unexpected that a Plus version will be ready to launch soon. The website MySmartPrice recently found on Geekbench that it is believed to be the running score of the Nokia G11 Plus. The new machine will use the Unisoc processor, which has been discovered by network security companies one after another. Serious loopholes.
According to the basic specifications displayed on Geekbench, the Nokia G11 Plus will be powered by an octa-core Unisoc T606 processor, paired with a Mali G57 GPU, and the phone will be equipped with 4GB of RAM and run on Android 12. If you’re interested in Geekbench 5 scores on the Unisoc T606 processor paired with 4GB RAM, it scored 309 single-core and 1,302 multi-core scores, respectively.
The other specifications of the Nokia G11 Plus are currently unknown; the previously announced Nokia G11 has a 6.5-inch IPS LCD waterdrop screen with a resolution of 720 x 1,600 and supports a 90Hz update rate. The phone also uses the Unisoc T606 processor, but only with 3GB RAM.