OnePlus 10 Pro to Launch in the US, India and Europe in March

Posted on February 28, 2022 by Laurent Giret in Android with 8 Comments

OnePlus announced at Mobile World Congress today that its flagship OnePlus 10 Pro will launch in North America, India, and Europe by the end of March 2022. The device previously launched in China in January where OnePlus says it already broke some sales records.

“2022 is off to a strong start with the launch of the OnePlus 10 Pro in China, which immediately became OnePlus’ fastest-selling smartphone on several Chinese e-commerce platforms, generating over ¥100 million in the first second of open sales,” said Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus today.

The OnePlus 10 Pro features a 6.7-inch 120 Hz Fluid AMOLED display, up to 12GB of RAM, a triple camera system with a 48MP main sensor on the back, and a 32MP front selfie camera. Under the hood, the flagship device is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip and a 5,000 mAh battery that supports Super-Fast Charging.

The OnePlus brand saw some big momentum last year with 11 million smartphones shipped globally, “the highest annual shipment in OnePlus history,” said Lau. “OnePlus’ emphasis on its key markets – India, the United States, Europe, and China – remains as strong as ever. In parallel, OnePlus will aggressively explore new markets and expand our product lineup in existing ones,” the exec added.

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8 responses to “OnePlus 10 Pro to Launch in the US, India and Europe in March”

  1. zeromus2003

    Not sure I would want a "foldable phone" that shouldn't be able to fold ;)

    • wright_is

      To be fair, he had to use a lot of pressure to get it to bend, and it only broke after he had weakened the metal by bending it back and forth.

      Is it weaker than other phones? Yes. Is it very weak? No.

      If you regularly carry the phone in your back pocket and sit on it, you should probably avoid it, otherwise most people probably won't notice it in normal use.

      (No, I'm not a One Plus user, I just found the headline click-baitey and the problem a little over blown.)

  2. markbyrn

    Interesting, over the weekend I had watch JerryRigEverything snap the OnePlus 10 Pro in half with his hands. Hopefully, the international version will be more durable.

    • crunchyfrog

      I watched that video as well. Kinda scary how easily it just snapped in two. Makes Apple's old iPhone 6 problem look durable.

  3. bdollerup

    Interesting. This could be a worthy replacement for my 8t....

  4. ikjadoon

    11 million global total in 2021? With all the attention paid to OnePlus, I always assumed it sold a lot more phones.

    11 million, globally, from an entire brand. They must have lower priority sourcing parts for any one device, even if they are owned by BBK + Oppo.

    Turns out OnePlus is as rare as the Google Pixel in sales. Google sold 7.2 million Pixels in 2019 (IDC). Hopefully, these smaller sales figures let them understand their audience, improve QA, and manage their release schedule.

  5. simard57

    I upgraded my 2+ year old 7T to an inventory reduction 8T sale recently for just over $400 and they are giving me $150 for the 7T trade-in. it is more than adequate for my needs and for what I paid for it, I could not be happier.