Let’s recap the rumors on what the OnePlus 10 Pro will bring to the table. OnePlus’ new flagship has a new design, which blends the triple camera bump into the phone’s metal frame. The glass back panel features wireless charging, to the tune of 50W.
The 5,000mAh battery will also support a faster 80W wired option. Speaking of faster, the phone will equip a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip with up to 12GB of RAM on its way to a 36-month fluency TÜV certification – meaning the OnePlus 10 Pro is certified to run as new for up to 36 months.
Upfront there’s a 6.7-inch 1440p AMOLED that’s LTPO 2.0, meaning it can dynamically adjust between 1Hz and 120Hz for better power consumption.
The all-important camera setup is impressive, as well. There’s a 48MP main unit, a 50MP 150º ultra-wide-angle with fisheye effect and an 8MP 3x zoom camera. The OnePlus 10 Pro has Hasselblad Natural Color Optimization 2.0 for even more natural colors and Hasselblad Professional Mode 2.0 RAW shooting mode for manual shooting. Finally, front and center is a 32MP selfie.
Now, onto the event.