We know that OnePlus has become a favorite brand among many people who want the best features but don’t want to spend too much money. We’re excited to see what this new ‘flagship killer’ will bring to the table! OnePlus is one of the most popular smartphone brands in India, with over 12 million fans on Facebook and a staggering 2 million users on Twitter. Now all eyes are set on the OnePlus 10, which might be their first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor, dual-camera module (laser & RGB), and much more.
The OnePlus 10 Pro is expected to be released in January, and it looks like the phone is going to have a lot of features that make it stand out. Among its features are the upgraded camera with 16-megapixel main lenses and 20-megapixel secondary lens, which is a jump from the previous 8-megapixel main lens and 13-megapixel secondary lens on its predecessor. In addition, the OnePlus 10 Pro will have a 6.61-inch AMOLED display that is curved on
The launch of the OnePlus 10 Pro is highly anticipated, with an expected price tag of $999. For those who don’t know about this phone, it’s a flagship device designed for those who want a high-end phone. This article breaks down some of the main features that will be included in this phone, as well as how much it will cost.
Where to buy the OnePlus 10 Pro?
The OnePlus 10 Pro will be released on January 7, 2019, in time for the Chinese New Year. To ensure you get a piece of this new device, it is advised to sign up to one of the official OnePlus 10 Pro online stores.
OnePlus CEO Pete said on Twitter that the upcoming OnePlus 10 will be one of the first phones to have in-display fingerprint detection. This is a bit of a surprise since the technology was expected to launch on VIVO’s new V15 Pro, but it looks like we’ll be seeing it a little earlier than anticipated!
Just last week, leaked images of the OnePlus 10 surfaced online with an unpressed fingerprint sensor and a dual-camera module. Although this looks like all of the phones is the same as the current OnePlus 8, we can see two modules in the photo. One of them is a typical camera, while the other has wider and more rectangular edges. The second one looks more like a dual-laser RGB sensor with a square cutout on the top edge.