Nokia G11 Plus with Unisoc T606 SoC, 4GB RAM Listed on Geekbench, Expected to Launch Soon

Alongside the Nokia G11 Plus, the Nokia Style+ has also surfaced on certification databases.


Nokia, a couple of months back, announced the Nokia G11 and the Nokia G21 handsets. Now, the company appears to be planning to add a new handset to its entry-level G-series lineup – the Nokia G11 Plus. MySmartPrice has now spotted the upcoming Nokia G11 Plus on the Geekbench database. The Geekbench listing for the upcoming Nokia G-series device reveals the presence of a UniSoC processor.

Apart from it, we also spotted another Nokia handset – Nokia Style+ on China Quality Certification and WiFi Alliance database. Let us take a closer look at the Nokia G11 Plus Geekbench benchmark scores and specifications.

Nokia G11 Plus Will Come Pre-Loaded With Android 12!

Nokia G11 Plus

The upcoming Nokia G11 Plus made an appearance on the Geekbench 5 database. The listing didn’t reveal the model number of the device, instead, it revealed the moniker. As per the listing, the upcoming Nokia handset managed to score 309 points in the single-core round of the Geekbench 5 test. Whereas, in the multi-core test, the score was recorded as 1302 points.

The benchmark listing also reveals that the Nokia G11 Plus will make use of a UniSoC processor, similar to other G-series handsets. The listing also reveals the presence of octa-core processor with 1.61GHz peak frequency and a Mali G57 GPU. Based on these, it appears that the upcoming G11 Plus will sport a UniSoC T606 under the hood.

To those unaware, the UniSoC T606 is fabbed on a 12nm manufacturing process and powers several entry-level handsets including the Nokia G11, Moto E32, and Tecno Spark 8C. The benchmark listing also reveals that the handset will come in a 4GB memory variant. We can expect the brand to launch the Nokia G11 Plus in other memory variants as well. The handset is confirmed to come pre-loaded with Android 12.

Nokia Style+ Spotted on CQC and Wi-Fi Alliance!

The Nokia Style+ with model number TA-1448 has also surfaced on the certification websites. The WiFi Alliance listing for the device reveals that it will support 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks. Also, the handset will ship with the latest version of Android, that is Android 12. The CQC listing for the Nokia Style+ reveals that it will support 20W fast charging.

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