Following quite a while of holes and long stretches of dribble took care of data, the OnePlus 10 Pro has at last been completely revealed, and we presently know a large portion of the subtleties that were inadequate in the past information dumps.
All things considered, this send off is only for China, which means there are still a few key inquiries in regards to the delivery date and cost somewhere else, however we’ve included what we know and what we expect beneath.
For everything else though, from the design and display, to the cameras, battery and beyond, we now know almost everything, and you’ll find all the details in this article.
Annoyingly they haven’t got any more specific than that, but we wouldn’t think the wait will be too long, especially as the OnePlus 9 Pro landed in March 2021, and indeed leaks suggest that the OnePlus 10 Pro will get its global launch in either March or April.
Note however that this global launch won’t include Australia, as OnePlus doesn’t sell its phones there. We fully expect to get the OnePlus 10 Pro in both the US and the UK though, especially as the company has specifically said it’s coming to North America, Europe and India.
As for the price, it’s anyone’s guess there currently, but for reference the OnePlus 9 Pro started at £829 (about $969, AU$1,250) – with the US only getting a pricier model with 12GB of RAM for $1,069 / £929 (around AU$1,400).