With SD 8 Gen 1 and 80W charging with an LTPO 2.0 display, OnePlus 10 Pro is now official

In China today, the OnePlus 10 Pro was unveiled for the first time. New to the flagship lineup is a Qualcomm chipset with faster charging and a second-generation LTPO screen with an even more flexible adaptive refresh rate than what was previously offered by the company.

1440p resolution is available on the 10 Pro’s 6.7″ LTPO 2.0 AMOLED screen. The second-generation LTPO panel allows it to decrease the frame rate in even more cases, increasing the battery savings even further. The panel’s adaptive refresh rate ranges from 1Hz to 120Hz.

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is the chipset found within the phone, which should come as no surprise. It’ll include 8GB or 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB or 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage, depending on the configuration.

OnePlus 10 Pro Gaming

OnePlus and Hasselblad collaborated on the development of the OnePlus 10 Pro camera. f/1.8 lens in front of 48MP Sony IMX89 sensor with 1.12m pixel size, 1/1.43″ sensor size. The 50MP Samsung JN1 is housed in the ultrawide camera’s 150-degree lens.

It has a 3.3x optical zoom, an 8MP wide-angle camera, and a built-in flash. A 32MP Sony IMX615 sensor and an f/2.4 lens are used in the front-facing selfie camera.

As a result of the Hasselblad relationship, Natural Color Optimisation 2.0 will be available, which promises even more lifelike colors. In addition, there’s a Pro Mode 2.0 RAW mode.

In China, the OnePlus 10 Pro ships with ColorOS 12.1, which is based on Android 12.1, but we expect OxygenOS to continue to run on the global version.

The Hyperboost function was the focus of the company’s presentation for about 20 minutes. Overclocking the CPU, which is essentially locking all eight cores at their maximum frequency, is a feature that can be used for gaming reasons.

OnePlus has improved the cooling system, which is now “55 percent the size of an A4 paper sheet,” or about 340 sq.cm. in order to prevent overheating issues.

The 5,000 mAh battery has 80W rapid wired charging, the fastest ever for the brand and a nearly 25% improvement over the standard in the predecessor, which means the cooling will come in handy while charging. Even while wireless charging isn’t new, it’s nonetheless astonishingly quick at 50W.


OnePlus 10 Pro

In China, the OnePlus 10 Pro will be available in two colors: Black and Green. Sandstone finish on the panels, similar to older OnePlus models. It is clear that these aren’t standard glass backs.

The entry-level 8GB/128GB model costs CNY4,699, which is equivalent to $737 or €650. The most expensive 12GB/256GB model costs $831/€733. There are only two days left to place pre-orders before the first flash sale on January 13 takes place.

Local landing pages suggest “open sale starts this spring” and “keep tuned” although OnePlus has not revealed any specifics about a possible global launch.

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