High-End OnePlus 10 Pro Model Now Available in the U.S.

Posted on June 15, 2022 by Paul Thurrott in Android, Mobile with 3 Comments

OnePlus announced today that it is now selling a high-end 12/256 GB model of its OnePlus 10 Pro in the U.S.

“The OnePlus 10 Pro in the 12/256 GB storage variant is officially available for purchase at OnePlus.comAmazon, and Best Buy,” a OnePlus representative told me. “The brand also announced today the revamping of its premium membership program in North America, Red Cable Club.”

The OnePlus 12/256 GB model costs $969 and comes in Volcanic Black, but the 8/128 GB variant is still available in Emerald Forest (green) as well. Both include a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, a 120 Hz 6.7-inch display, and a 48 MP triple lens camera system.

This new version of the OnePlus 10 Pro will work on T-Mobile and Verizon 5G in the U.S., as well as AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Customers who buy this model between June 15 and June 20 will also receive a free OnePlus Buds Pro.

Additionally, OnePlus says that it is Red Cable Club program by adding third-party benefits like DoorDash gift cards, Google One and SurfShark VPN subscriptions, and more. It is also transitioning to a points-based system where members can earn and redeem OnePlus currency called RedCoins. Members will receive 500 RedCoins when they join and they can earn more by participating in games and additional purchases. T-Mobile customers will get an additional 2,000 RedCoins, plus an extended warranty, an increased device trade-in bonus of $50, and free shipping vouchers.

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Comments (3)

3 responses to “High-End OnePlus 10 Pro Model Now Available in the U.S.”

  1. Ruvger

    Hi Paul, I'm looking at making my next phone a sustainable phone, like the fairphone. I'd love to know what you make of them. Are they viable alternatives to the mainstream?

  2. MacLiam

    Typo in 'graph 4: OnePlus 10 Pro, not 12.

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