If you need a new mobile phone and have been looking for one for a while, then the latest release from OnePlus might be just what you’re looking for.
Please take a look at some of the features it offers and see how much it costs before deciding whether or not it’s worth your money. The OnePlus 10 Pro is the best handset I’ve ever seen from OnePlus.
It’s packed with high-end specs and features. It’s got a large, 6.7-inch display that’s absolutely stunning, including a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, 12GB of RAM, and a quad-camera setup. Plus, it supports 5G connectivity. It hasa sleek metal body with curved edges that make it comfortable to hold. The OLED display is also gorgeous, with rich colors and sharp detail. Overall, the OnePlus 10 Pro is an excellent smartphone that offers excellent value.

There are many other contenders for the title of best Android phone. The OnePlus 10 Pro is sleek, powerful, long-lasting, with the best cameras ever. The OnePlus 10 Pro review is finally here after taking some time. I would recommend this phone as it has become one of our best Android phone picks.
The OnePlus 10 Pro has a beautiful design and is hard to compete with the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The phones compete for what they have to offer since the OnePlus 10 Pro doesn’t match Samsung’s update policy but provides more productivity potential. This phone is my new favorite Android device because it was created by OnePlus. I’ll tell you all the reasons to love this phone and then compare it to the top phone in our face-off – the iPhone 13 Pro Max.


The OnePlus 10 Pro’s size is comparable to the OnePlus 9 — it is a narrow, tall phone that anyone can handle easily. It is not so heavy when comparing it to other large phones, such as an iPhone or Galaxy.
You have two colours to pick from: the Emerald Forest and the Volcanic Black. The device has three cameras, all with black backgrounds with subtle matte finishes.

OnePlus 10 Pro 5G desply and design

You’ll have the same features found in any other flagship phone in 2022. A 3-way alert slider to quickly switch between silent, vibrate and ring modes, aluminium chassis, and Gorilla Glass Victus on both the front and back. IP68 water and dust protection are available.
The pleasant thing about the OnePlus is that it includes a variety of valuable items in the box. It consists of a zippy 65W battery fast charger, a signature red cable, and a free silicone case.
If you’re looking for a new phone, the OnePlus’ display quality is incredible. It has 1,300 nit brightness and can switch between 1Hz to 120Hz.
OnePlus has specified that the colours are correctly calibrated and well-represented for any lighting condition. They offer preset options to expand your colour choice, which is a neat option to have.
Although the phone’s full resolution is located at 1440 x 3216 pixels, it defaults to 1080p, which conserves battery power. However, this can be changed by simply tapping on a button in the settings.


The design of the OnePlus phone is similar to earlier models, with a square shape and four circles. It also blends in with its frame, like the Galaxy S21 Ultra. While this design is not original, it still has its twist on popular trends. Is this camera good enough to get OnePlus into the competitive market?

OnePlus 10 Pro 5G camera
With a new phone and camera features, the OnePlus 10 Pro reflects the current concepts for technology. The ultra-wide camera has a narrower sensor with a 14mm field of view. It also features a 150-degree shooting mode. Compared to last year’s phone, the 3.3X zoom telephoto lens is unchanged, but it can still take great photos and includes Hasselblad branding suggesting its quality.
These features let you create post-processing images with more accurate and detailed colours by capturing extra information.


One notable aspect of this phone is the phone’s camera. It has a good wide-angle lens for pictures, and its photos are high-quality and with some mood to them. The OnePlus has a great app and good features. The photos taken by the primary camera have a lot of detail, excellent contrast. The only downsides are that the 3X telephoto lens has a bit of blur, and the selfie camera sometimes isn’t as detailed as other cameras on this phone.

OnePlus 10 Pro 5G image

The OnePlus has a great app and good features. The photos taken by the primary camera have a lot of detail, excellent contrast, and moody colors. In terms of this specific aspect, the OnePlus isn’t very different from other Android flagships. The colors often change when you switch between cameras and this can sometimes be a small or drastic change. In this aspect, an iPhone is more constant.
I found a little bit different about the OnePlus 10 Pro because it does not automatically turn on Night Mode. Maybe it’s not as inconvenient to press the button manually, but it would be nice if it did.


The OnePlus 10 Pro offers a range of video recording choices, such as 8K video and 4K at 120fps. There is also AI video recording for optimal image quality.

You have the same field of view at 1080p when recording an 8K video, but the file sizes are exponentially larger. You can record in marginally better quality with 4K, where you crop less and use all three cameras. Futhermore, you lose the framerate for the ultra-wide camera and are stuck on the main shooter at 4K120.


The 4K 120fps option helps capture detailed slow motion responses that you can edit in the post. Unfortunately, the phone gallery app will not slow down recordings for you; you have to do it post-production. It would be nice if the camera/gallery app had this function, but it does not.

A new zoom slider has also been added by OnePlus, which allows for extremely smooth zooming. Some dedicated third-party camera apps have such an interface. We would have liked to see quick shortcuts for switching between the three cameras, but not a huge deal. Additionally, you have Ultra Steady video stabilisation. However, this only works in 1080p 60fps resolution and does not work with AI mode at all.


The selfie camera on one type of phone only does 1080p video, and if you are in the sun too much, it will completely blow out into white. When comparing this to other phones that do live at 4K with higher quality, this is noticeable.

The OnePlus 10 Pro can record beautiful, high-quality video. It offers a variety of resolutions and features, including 8K video, 4K at 120fps, and AI video recording. You can only record 4K at 24fps, but you have more options for the other settings. You can use all three cameras when recording 4K30, and then you will lose your ultra-wide camera at 4K60. Finally, when recording with 120fps, you can only use your main shooter.


The incredible development of the OnePlus 10 Pro might be that it can accommodate a larger battery than last year’s model in the same size body. The 10 Pro features a 5,000mAh battery and 4,500mAh battery, respectively; its size is the same as an older model’s battery.

We found in our testing that the larger battery on this phone performs better than other phones.OnePlus 10 Pro had a YouTube test performed with default settings, and it yielded 321 minutes of video playback. Browsing and 3D gaming were also tested, and both resulted in 367 minutes of usage.
The results were solid on the three tests, with an impressive 10 hours and 47 minutes. The OnePlus 10 Pro held its ground best in the YouTube video streaming test, more than 20 minutes better than the competition. It also did well in 3D games but was not as impressive with just web browsing.


The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 system-on-chip in the OnePlus 10 Pro is powerful, leading to high performance. The device also has 8GB of RAM, meaning it can’t be slowed down. With an $899, the OnePlus 10 Pro is an excellent choice for those who want an Android phone with high performance and a reasonable price.

The OnePlus 10 Pro fell behind the Galaxy S22 Ultra in CPU-intensive tasks like Geekbench and Adobe Premiere Rush tests. However, in gaming benchmarks, the OnePlus 10 Pro performed better due to the new cooling system, which kept the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 cooler than what Samsung managed. This meant that it didn’t have to throttle the chip as much, which meant more performance.

Of course, neither of these Android phones can compete with the iPhone 13 Pro and its A15 Bionic CPU, which is the best. Nonetheless, the OnePlus 10 Pro provides more than enough power in most day-to-day apps.

I’m not sure if the AT&T issue from last year will repeat itself this year regarding 5G. (AT&T 5G was not supported by the OnePlus 9 Pro.) The OnePlus 10 Pro will support T-Mobile out of the box, according to OnePlus, and Verizon certification is now official. However, AT&T does not support 5G at the time of writing. This phone also lacks mmWave 5G support.


Although there is no 3.5mm headphone connector on this device, you may still use USB-C or wireless headphones.


You also get two loudspeakers that get very loud, but distort a little and lack clarity and depth at high volumes. Nonetheless, they are among the best we’ve heard, and they significantly enhance the experience of watching films or playing games.

OnePlus is proud of the OnePlus 10 Pro’s innovative haptic feedback motor. The haptic feedback is superb, strong and precise, and unquestionably the best OnePlus has ever provided.


The OnePlus 10 Pro comes with a charger, which is a rare in our current flagship market, which we appreciate.
However, while the rest of the planet will get the 80W fast charger, the US market will only get the “modest” 65W charger.
Thankfully, the difference in charging times isn’t significant: 34 minutes for the 80W charger and 32 minutes for the less powerful 65W charger.

And, as you might anticipate, charging speeds are lightning quick! We went from zero to fifty percent in about 11 minutes, and a full charge took less than 30 minutes.
You don’t need to charge your phone at night; merely charge it for 20 minutes and you’ll have enough power for the entire day.

Wireless charging speeds of up to 50W are also supported by the 10 Pro.You’ll need a OnePlus charger for that, but the speeds are well worth it in our opinion.

Final Verdict:

Finally, the OnePlus 10 Pro is an improvement but hardly a quantum leap. While you get some cool options like 4K120 and 8K video recording, stability is still not up to the line with the finest, and color science could be better. On a personal note, despite all of the hype and expectations, I believe this phone falls short of the mark. Perhaps it’s just us reviewers who are being overly picky.

There’s a lot to like about the 10 Pro as well. Its speed is unrivaled in the Android camp, and the UI, notably the animations and movements, has a finesse we normally associate with a single fruit brand. We also enjoy the updated look, and OnePlus deserves credit for preserving cool features like the Alert Slider. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is also included in the 10 Pro, a welcome upgrade, especially for gamers.

Should you purchase it? For what it’s worth, the OnePlus 10 Pro appears to be more of everything you already love about OnePlus, but not quite the game-changer that some had hoped for. If your phone is getting old and you don’t need the best camera, it’s worth considering.

[i2pc show_title=”false” title=”Pros & Cons” show_button=”false” pros_title=”Pros” cons_title=”Cons” ][i2pros]Excellent heat management and performance
Beautiful display with excellent haptics and sound
Premium appearance
Adaptable camera
A charger is included in the package[/i2pros][i2cons]Image hues are sometimes gloomy
Inconsistencies in color temperature between the lenses
There is no automatic Night Mode[/i2cons][/i2pc]


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