The launch of OnePlus’s new flagship, the OnePlus 10 Pro, was basically a series of never-ending teasers, with the company slowly dripping bits of information about the phone every couple of days starting December.
Now, I’d love to be able to say the wait is over, but I can’t. Yes, the phone has officially launched in China, and yes, we have detailed specs, but we still don’t have price and availability in other markets.
Here’s what we do know. The OnePlus 10 Pro has a 6.7-inch, 120Hz AMOLED display with a 3,216 x 1,440 pixel resolution. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Gen 1 chip, and comes with 8/12GB of RAM and 128/256GB of storage memory. On the back, there’s a 50/48/8-megapixel, Hasselblad-branded camera with dual optical image stabilization; on the front we have a 32-megapixel selfie camera.
The phone has a 5,000mAh battery with 80W super-fast wired charging and 50W wireless charging, as well as reverse wireless charging. The phone will be available in green and black. Until now, we didn’t know what the OnePlus 10 Pro looked like from the front, but now we have images (see below) and, unsurprisingly, it looks pretty much like every other Android.
Notably, the Chinese version of the phone will be running ColorOS 12.1, which will be replaced by OxygenOS in other markets, but the experience will likely be very similar.
OnePlus 10 Pro will launch in China on Jan. 13, with a starting price of 5,299 yuan ($832).
International availability and price will be revealed later this year.