At CES earlier this year, OnePlus announced their latest flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 10 Pro. However, back then the company only revealed that the phone would be launching in China, a bit of an odd move given that past OnePlus handsets were launched globally, but we have some good news.

At MWC 2022,  the company has confirmed that fans of the OnePlus series of phones living outside of China will be able to get their hands on the OnePlus 10 Pro by the end of March 2022. According to OnePlus, “Following the incredible sales achievements of the OnePlus 10 Pro in China, I’m happy to announce the device will launch in North America, India, and Europe by the end of March 2022.”

The company adds, “OnePlus’ emphasis on its key markets – India, the United States, Europe, and China – remains as strong as ever. In parallel, OnePlus will aggressively explore new markets and expand our product lineup in existing ones. OnePlus will expand its product lineup in Mexico and Canada later this year – giving customers in both countries more OnePlus products to choose from at a wider range of price points.”

For those learning about the phone for the first time or who might now be interested given that it will be expanding to other markets, the OnePlus 10 Pro will come with a 6.7-inch 3216×1400 display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the handset will also be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which is par for the course for 2022 flagships, and will be accompanied by up to 12GB of RAM.

The phone will also feature a triple camera setup on the back which comprises of a 48MP main shooter, an 8MP telephoto lens, and a 50MP ultrawide. There will also be a 32MP front-facing camera for selfies. There’s no word on pricing yet, but we expect we’ll learn more once the phone is closer to release.

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  • 3216x1440
  • 526 PPI
? MP
    5000 mAh
    • Non-Removable
    • Wireless Charging
    8-12GB RAM
    • Snapdragon 8
    ~$899 - Amazon
    200 g
    Launched in
    Storage (GB)
    • 128
    • 256

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