OnePlus 10 Pro


Tons of rumors and official details have finally led to the launch of the OnePlus 10 Pro in China, which is the company’s latest flagship and one of the first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 phones available in the market. The OnePlus 10 Pro succeeds last year’s OnePlus 9 Pro and features an impressive set of design and hardware upgrades. Here’s a look at all of the new features and specs of OnePlus’ latest flagship.

Let’s start with the design. The new OnePlus 10 Pro, as revealed previously, moves away from the vertical rear camera bumps to include a huge square one that looks a lot like the one on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The camera bump houses three cameras that have a 3D ceramic lens cover. The back panel sports the third-gen silk glass tech, which should help keep fingerprints and smudges away from your smartphone. Upfront, there’s a center-placed punch-hole screen.

The 6.7-inch QHD+ flexible curved screen is AMOLED in nature and supports “True LTPO 2.0” and a 120Hz refresh rate. The display also supports the AOD functionality, a peak brightness of 1300 nits, and a layer of Gorilla Glass Victus for protection against any accidental drops and scuffs. The phone also supports O-Haptics and X-axis linear motor.

As confirmed earlier, the OnePlus 10 Pro is powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 mobile platform from Qualcomm. It will take on the Xiaomi 12 series, the Realme GT 2 Pro, the Moto Edge X30, and other flagship smartphones in the market in 2022.

Coming to the cameras, OnePlus continues its partnership with Hasselblad, which started with the OnePlus 9 phones. The phone gets three rear cameras: a 48MP main camera with a custom Sony IMX789 sensor and support for OIS, a 50MP ultra-wide camera with support for a 150-degree field of view (much like GT 2 Pro) and default 110-degree FoV, and an 8MP telephoto lens with OIS and 3.3x optical zoom. The front camera stands at 32MP. There’s also a dual-color temperature LED flash baked into the square camera module on the rear.

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