Smartphone maker OnePlus brought out their OnePlus 10 Pro out on Tuesday. It is technically the company’s tenth generation smartphone. Updates included are massive with Qualcomm’s latest processor, even faster charging, new display enhancements and more.
Display, chipset, and storage
The OnePlus 10 Pro specs packs a massive 6.7” AMOLED screen with LTPO 2.0 technology and 1440p resolution. Impressive this time around is a flexible refresh rate due to the LTPO Display 2.0 tech allowing to adjust refresh rate between 1 Hz to 120 Hz in most use cases. All in all, ensuring max battery endurance.
The star of the show is the the all new Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset mated to up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB storage. It’s equally unimpressive that Android makers are still stuck to UFS 3.1 as opposed to much much faster NVMe storage on iPhones.
Speaking of processing power, OnePlus annomned a new Hyperboost feature allowing user to tax the device to its limits for extreme gaming sessions.
Now coming to the main part I.e the Hasselblad powered camera system. Much like we saw In the OnePlus 9 series last year. A triple camera array is at the back of the device. A wide 48MP camera followed by a 50 MP Samsung made ultra wide along with an 8MP telephoto unit does the job.
As for taking selfies, there’s a 32MP Sony sensor for commendable shots.
Battery, software, colors and price
As far as the software department is concerned, OnePlus has embraced the parent company’s ColorOS 12.1 at least in China. Even though the international version is expected to come with OxygenOS, today it’s more than just ColorOS rebranded.
Keeping the lights on is a 5000 mAh battery along with 80W fast charging capability.
Starting from CNY 4,699 for the base model (approximately $737), the OnePlus 10 Pro comes in green and black color.