OnePlus 10 Pro has already arrived on the European market, listed at a price of about 1000 euros or 5000 lei. The non-Pro model thus comes as a solution with a slightly more affordable price and slightly “diluted” specifications.
Thus, instead of the very popular Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 we choose the rival Dimensity 9000, the MediaTek alternative promising a comparable level of performance. Instead, the options with 8GB or 12GB RAM memory, respectively 128GB or 256GB internal storage are kept, missing only the top version with 12GB / 512GB memory.
OnePlus 10 seems to come with the same type of 6.7-inch and 120Hz LTPO2 AMOLED screen, differing only in the resolution used (FHD + instead of QHD +). Far from being a disadvantage, the slightly lower resolution could help to achieve improved battery life with the 4800mAh battery (5000mAh for the Pro model). Instead, the fast charging speed would increase to 150W in USB-C mode, which could shorten the waiting time for a full charge to less than 20 minutes. For comparison, the OnePlus 10 Pro can charge at a maximum speed of 80W in about 30 minutes.
If the Pro model comes with a 2x 50MP tripple camera configuration and an 8MP telephoto camera, the OnePlus 10 “Vanilla” version would offer 50MP only on the main camera. Instead, the resolution of the ultra-wide camera is reduced to 16MP and the telephoto camera is changed to one of only 2MP, serving the macro function. Fortunately, the Hasselblad branding is preserved, indicating the use of equally good quality lenses. At the front we could find a 32MP front camera.
According to rumors so far, this could be the first flagship OnePlus delivered without the dedicated button used to switch the phone to silent mode.