OnePlus 10 Pro review & Full Specification, 120Hz & More

Today we are finally reviewing and giving the full specification of the new OnePlus 10 Pro, which packs a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, 120Hz LTPO 2.0 screen, 50MP Triple Cameras & More.

OnePlus 10 Pro review & Full Specification, 120Hz & More

OnePlus 10 Pro Box Content

Inbox we get some documentation, no red cable and this is a Chinese variant, and case it has a big camera module, and type a to type c cable and charging brick of 80w fast charge.

OnePlus 10 Pro Design

This has a similar design to the Samsung S21 series, it has a metal frame with glass at the back, and it's a kinda satin finish, the case quality is average. it does look good with the case that the camera module is bigger but it looks good.

In-Hand Feel - It has a similar feel as to a OnePlus Nord. it doesn't feel like it has a 5000MAH battery but in hand, it won't feel that heavy and even thickness is not that thick and it's a tall phone.

Weight - It actually feels lite it feels less than 200g the weight distribution is good, and the weight is 200.2g. but on hand, it feels like 180 to 185g 

OnePlus 10 Pro Ports & Buttons

It does not have a 3.5mm jack, we have a noise cancellation mic at the top and a sim card tray at the bottom, and the sim slot is a dual nano sim slot. 

OnePlus 10 Pro Display

The OnePlus 10 Pro comes with a 6.7" 2k screen which is Amoled LTPO 2.0, so it has an adaptive refresh rate with the protection of gorilla glass victus and 120hz of fast refresh rate, 92.7% screen to body ratio. the chin is smaller too.

In terms of brightness, it has 1300 nits of brightness, so in the terms of display top-notch.   

OnePlus 10 Pro Specification

Coming to the specification of OnePlus 10 Pro, it comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, the variant is 8GB + 256GB and the base variant is 8GB + 128GB and the top variant is 12GB + 256GB. and the support of LPDDR5 & UFS 3.1.

Battery - it has a 5000MAH battery with 80w fast charging, it also supports 50w wireless charging 

OnePlus 10 Pro review & Full Specification, 120Hz & More

OnePlus 10 Pro Performance 

The AnTuTu score was 948183, but if we compare the score to the 9RT the difference is not much on Geekbench. You can play games in the highest settings, while gaming we noticed that the haptic feedback was great.

In gaming mode, you can turn on all the 8 cores which help a lot, and we did not plug in earphones while gaming, the speakers are great, it has Dolby Atmos stereo speakers.

OnePlus 10 Pro OS UI 

A lot of people are basing it because it comes on color OS, but when it comes to India it won't come on Color OS, it will come on Oxygen OS, it was coming on both OS combined but it is said to be delayed.

But in spite of being on Color OS, the experience was really fluid there were no frame drops, and everything was buttery smooth 

OnePlus 10 Pro Camera

The camera is not that great compared to the Rs 60 to 70k that we will be paying. the Hasselblad tuned and the legacy and we expect the OnePlus camera should be improved somewhere it was lacking. 

The Primary camera is a 48MP Sony IMX789, the Second camera is an ultra-wide 50MP, and the 8MP telephoto. The primary sensor is okay, the photos were average but when you move the ultra-wide and telephoto sensor. I don't know somehow it does not feel like a real flagship.

Earlier selfie sensor used to be 16MP but this one is 32MP with F/2.2. and the selfie pic is nice. 

Talking about the video you can shoot videos in 8k at 24fps and 4k at 120fps, the selfie camera should've had 4k video filming but the front has only 1080p. The super ultra-wide has a 150 FOV.

OnePlus 10 Pro Sensor

It has an in-display fingerprint sensor, face unlock, it has widevine L1 support the Chinese variant doesn't have IP certification 

OnePlus 10 Pro Connectivity

It has Bluetooth 5.2, and 5G, we don't know the bands but when it comes to India it should have more than 10 bands, and it has WiFi 6 and NFC. 

OnePlus 10 Pro review & Full Specification, 120Hz & More

OnePlus 10 Pro Pricing 

the base variant in china is 4999 if we convert it costs around Rs 53 to 54k and the top variant goes above Rs 60K, I don't think it'll be blown Rs 60k when it comes to India. I don't think I'd recommend this phone in that price range 

OnePlus 10 Pro Conclusion

Finally, it should be available for a reasonable price, even the AOD works on 1hz but like previously everything is on 120hz but not in this so it's a batter efficient and displays the top of the notch. There are a lot of good things about the phone.


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