OnePlus 10 Pro To Be Released In The Month Of January

OnePlus is getting ready to unveil its new smartphone One Plus 10, and it looks like we won’t have to wait long to see it. According to co-founder and CEO Pete Lau, the OnePlus 10 Pro will be unveiled next month. As observed by Gizmodo, Lau posted on Weibo, “OnePlus 10 Pro, meet you in January.”

The wait is over for the One plus lovers

If OnePlus does launch its new phone in January, it will be a departure from the company’s regular release schedule. It has traditionally revealed its flagship devices in March or April, after Samsung’s unveiling of the latest Galaxy S series phones.

No more different variants of One Plus 10

According to rumours, OnePlus will simply unveil a single phone this time, rather than the normal practise of releasing a base model and a pro model. It has often followed up flagship products with a T-series model, but it has opted not to do so with the 9T.

OnePlus and Oppo will share a new Android 13-based operating system for the 10-series handsets, according to Lau. However, Oppo and One plus joined this year under BBK Electronics’ management, with OnePlus becoming a sub-brand of Oppo.

Better performance and overloaded features is what we can expect

Unofficial renderings have already given us a glimpse at the new OnePlus phone. The OnePlus 10 Pro screen is expected to feature a 6.7-inch QHD+ display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, and it appears like OnePlus will employ Hasselblad cameras once again. Earlier this month, Lau stated that the next gadget will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU.

One Plus 10 is going to keep the users hooked for a long time with its technology and innovations. The smartphones that the brand delivers are of excellent quality. With the tag of a flagship brand, One plus has become the first love of every gadget lover. Are you waiting for the One plus 10 to be released? The wait is finally over as the dates have been finalised in the month of January.

Originally published at on December 23, 2021.




Jay Jangid has 2 years of experience in the news media industry with journalistic touch and knowledge of how to create and recreate information into news.

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