The newest flagship smartphone from OnePlus, the OnePlus 10 Pro, hits store shelves on March 31. Are you ready for the latest cutting-edge handset from the fan-favorite manufacturer? The OnePlus 10 Pro was released in China earlier this year, but international fans have had to wait for the newest sleek handset to receive a global launch.
What can you expect from the newest OnePlus phone? Let’s take a look at the 10 Pro’s specs and release details.
The newest OnePlus is powered by Snapdragon’s blazing-fast Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which allows it to crush productivity tasks and high-end games alike. What’s more, those games will look incredible on the device’s 6.7-inch, 1440p OLED display. The massive screen also sports an eye-opening 120Hz refresh rate. This all makes the OnePlus 10 Pro a feast for the eyes, with its gorgeous display offering a delightful viewing experience for users.
A screen that size has a large power draw, though, and OnePlus equipped the 10 Pro with a big enough battery to handle it. The 5,000 mAh battery offers hours of performance on a single charge. When you burn through your juice, you can tap into the device’s 80W wired fast-charging to get back to 100 percent and hit the road again. If you prefer the convenience of wireless charging, you’ll love the 10 Pro’s 50W wireless speeds.
The stylish handset fits with OnePlus’s cheerful, futuristic design ethos. It’s got a smooth, soft-touch metal back and a trio of excellent cameras. These include the 48-megapixel main camera and an impressive ultrawide 50-megapixel shutter. The phone takes professional-quality photos that rival anything from the iPhone 13.
It comes in a variety of great-looking colors, too. Users can choose from Volcanic Black, Emerald Forest, and other stylish colors like white, blue, and silver.
The OnePlus 10 Pro will hit international store shelves on March 31, so users interested in upgrading can preorder the new handset now. However, OnePlus hasn’t announced the official US price point for the 10 Pro. Some analysts expect it to retail for $1,000, putting it in the same price range as the comparable iPhone 13 Pro.
Notably, OnePlus hasn’t announced a budget-friendly, non-Pro version of the 10. The company says it’s not planning to fill this niche with the 10-series phone lineup, and that users will instead have only one choice for the phone’s performance.