OnePlus 10 Pro: the high-end smartphone arrives in Europe on March 31, 2022

OnePlus is finally set to unveil its high-end OnePlus 10 Pro smartphone in Europe. The device will be launched at a conference to be held on March 31, 2022, nearly 3 months after its release in China.

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OnePlus unveiled its high-end OnePlus 10 Pro on January 11 in China, but it took almost three months to see it arrive here. After a wait that seemed endless, the Chinese manufacturer finally announced the good news on social networks: the OnePlus 10 Pro will be launched on March 31, 2022 in Europe at 3 p.m. French time.

The smartphone should not be different from the model that was already released in China at the beginning of the year, and you can already check out our handling of the OnePlus 10 Pro at the MWC show in Barcelona. It is expected that the two green and black colors are available in France, but we don’t know at what price OnePlus intends to launch it here. Unfortunately, the special white “Panda White” version with 512 GB of storage should not arrive with us.

What technical characteristics for the OnePlus 10 Pro?

Like the Chinese version, the OnePlus 10 Pro will be powered by Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, as is the case with most of its competitors like Oppo’s Find X5 Pro or Xiaomi 12 Pro. It is powered by a 5000mAh batterycompatible with the 80W wired and 50W wireless fast charging. Good news, unlike Samsung and Apple devices, a charger will be included in the box.

The OnePlus 10 Pro is equipped with a 6.7-inch E4 QHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display with technology LTPO 2.0 which allows you to dynamically vary its refresh rate from 1 Hz to 120 Hz depending on the content displayed. On the photo side, the smartphone relies on a configuration with three cameras. We will find a 48 MP main sensora captor 50 MP ultra-wide angle and a 8 MP telephoto lens offering 3X optical zoom. As a reminder, the OnePlus 9 Pro was launched from 919 euros in France, and it is not not impossible that this new model is slightly more expensivegiven rising commodity prices and the global shortage of semiconductors.

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