OnePlus 10 (Pro) makes an early start – but not in Germany

After the OnePlus 9 (Pro), the successor is already within reach. (Image source: GIGA)

The Chinese manufacturer wants to return to the big stage with the OnePlus 10 (Pro). As it now turns out, the debut could take place much earlier – but we will not benefit from the early start of Android phones in this country.

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OnePlus 10 (Pro): Early release planned in China

According to new reports, the OnePlus 10 (Pro) will not appear until March 2022. Instead, it should be in February or possibly even January 2022 be expected with the Android flagship. In this country, interested parties will probably not benefit from this, because the early start should only affect the Chinese market.

For German customers therefore everything stays the same. Just like the OnePlus 9 (Pro) from 2021, the successor can be expected again in March. In other regions, too, the smartphone will not be available until March 2022 (source: Max Jambor).

The manufacturer has big plans for the OnePlus 10 Pro. According to the rendered images, some elements of the predecessor are retained, but the appearance has changed significantly. In particular the back with one very prominent camera hump is new. The Galaxy S21 Ultra has probably been used as a guide here.

This is what the OnePlus 10 Pro could look like. Image: OnLeaks for Zouton.

The OnePlus 10 Pro is said to be equipped with the flagship processor Snapdragon 898 be equipped. The battery could have a capacity of 5,000 mAh and maybe even charge with a whopping 125 watts. For the OLED display, 120 Hertz and a diagonal of 6.7 inches can be assumed.

Most recently, the OnePlus Nord CE 5G was presented as a mid-range cell phone. Details in Video:

Early OnePlus 10 (Pro) because of Galaxy S22?

OnePlus could look for one Look at the competition have opted for an earlier appointment. Samsung will present its Galaxy S22 range in early February 2022. At least in China, customers are spoiled for choice right from the start.

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