Aldi offer: Nokia G11 Plus in price comparison


With the Nokia G11 Plus, Aldi has a budget smartphone in its range at a reduced price. In our price comparison, we show whether the Aldi deal is worth it.


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Nokia G11 Plus: Is the Aldi offer worth it?
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Discounter Aldi regularly offers new deals on smartphones. This week’s deals include the Nokia G11 Plus, which will be available at a reduced price in Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd stores for a short period from November 24th. In the following check, we will show whether the Aldi offer for the Nokia G11 Plus is also worthwhile.

Nokia G11 Plus Specifications

The Nokia G11 Plus is a 6.5-inch smartphone with a refresh rate of 90 Hertz and a resolution of 1,600 x 720 pixels. Inside, the Unisoc T606 works as an octa-core processor as the CPU, which has a clock speed of up to 1.6 gigahertz.

The configuration is completed by three gigabytes of RAM and an internal capacity of 32 gigabytes. If required, this can be expanded to up to 512 GB via a microSD memory card.

In addition, the Nokia G11 Plus has a dual camera in which the main lens works with a resolution of up to 50 megapixels. This is flanked by a 2 MP depth sensor, while the front camera works with a resolution of up to eight megapixels.

When it comes to connections, the Nokia G11 Plus does not use the current 5G mobile phone standard, but is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 5 as standard. Furthermore, the smartphone has been awarded the IP52 certification, according to which the cell phone should be less susceptible to dust and drip damage. With a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh, the battery of the Nokia G11 Plus should last a normal day of use.

Nokia G11 Plus: The Aldi offer in price comparison

From November 24th the Nokia G11 Plus will be at Aldi North and Aldi Süd available for 119 euros – according to the offer pages, the smartphone can only be bought directly in the branch. In addition to the discount, there is also the starter set from the in-house mobile communications provider Aldi Talk in a bundle, which includes a starting credit of 10 euros in addition to the SIM card.

Even without the SIM card, the Aldi offer for the Nokia G11 Plus is already worthwhile: In our price comparison, the next cheapest provider can only be found at 152.90 euros, albeit with more storage space – 64 GB in contrast to the 32 GB mentioned by Aldi . If you are looking for a cheap smartphone and don’t need a lot of storage space, you can still confidently hit the Nokia deal.

21.11.2022 von Jusuf Hatic

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