We know what it looks like and when OnePlus 10 Pro will debut

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We finally got to know the official date of the Chinese launch of OnePlus 10 Pro. By the way, the manufacturer also boasted the appearance of the smartphone and it must be admitted that it is quite specific.

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Leaks have long indicated the January premiere of new flagships from OnePlus. Some even pointed to today, which is January 4, but this of course turned out to be not true. Fortunately, we don’t have to speculate anymore, because the company has officially announced that OnePlus 10 Pro will debut on January 11. Of course, this is a premiere in China, because we will have to wait for the European one, probably until spring. Yes, you read that right, only the Pro model has been announced, but it seems rather obvious that the base variant in this series will also be shown then.

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If you have been following the news of the OnePlus 10 Pro on a regular basis, you will immediately notice that the leaks regarding the appearance have been successful. The manufacturer focused on a fairly massive, distinctive island overlapping one of the edges. We also see the exposed Hasselblad logo, because, as in the previous generation of flagships, the cameras here are the result of cooperation between both companies. The Pro model will certainly stand out from other flagships, although this look will not suit everyone.


As for the specifications, we have no details here. Although it has been confirmed that the 10 Pro will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, and unofficially it is said that the basic variant will reach Dimensity 9000. With the Pro model, rumors also mention a fast 80 W charging and a 50 Mpix + 48 Mpix + 8 camera configuration Mpix. However, we have to wait another week for the details.

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