When is the OnePlus 10 Pro release date? The Chinese launch of the phone already happened earlier this month, but there has been no news about an international launch so far. Well, one leaker seems to think we’ll be waiting until March.
Yogesh Brar tweeted what they claim to be OnePlus’ next release schedule. There are plenty of phones coming, if this information is to be believed, but the big tidbit remains the fact that the OnePlus 10 Pro global launch will be sometime in March.
Following up on yesterday’s tweet, here is a timeline of OnePlus’s upcoming productsFeb – Nord CE 2 (India)Nord N20 (Europe)March – OnePlus 10 Pro (Global)April – Android 12 with Unified OS launch.New Smart TVs , neckband (ANC), new shoots are among the above products.January 18, 2022
Of course, that is not the only thing to note. While the launch of additional OnePlus Nord devices abroad will not be of interest to US buyers, the supposed launch of the new unified operating system is. OnePlus and Oppo announced that they would be merging their respective platforms last year, with the former committing to announcing Oppo’s ColorOS.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has already confirmed the OnePlus 10 Pro will be the first device to launch with this new operating system. But if this information is accurate, it means older models will drop OxygenOS soon after.
There’s also no mention of a standard OnePlus 10, just the Pro model. We’ve discussed earlier that a base model OnePlus 10 is still necessary, especially since more options are better for the consumer. Also, an entry-level device would help the company compete against the affordable Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and Google Pixel 6.
OnePlus hasn’t confirmed any of this yet, so take this information with a dose of skepticism. However, thanks to OnePlus already launching the phone in China and the company’s penchant for getting information before launch, we know exactly what to expect from the phone.
The OnePlus 10 Pro will come with a 6.7-inch QHD display, 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, 8-12GB of RAM, 128-256GB of storage, a 5000mAh battery, 80W fast wired charging and 50W wireless charging. The Hasselblad-tweaked cameras are also making a comeback, with a 48MP main lens, 50MP ultrawide lens, 8MP telephoto lens, and a 32MP selfie lens.
Pricing in the US and UK is still unclear, though the phone starts at 4,699 yuan in China, which is slightly cheaper than the OnePlus 9 Pro when it debuted last year. Let’s hope the savings reach other markets.