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You’ve heard about the OnePlus 10 Pro, and now you can buy it

The OnePlus 10 Pro has been given its U.S., European, U.K., and Indian launch. It’s one of the most talked-about smartphones of 2022, mostly because it has already been released in China and has been available there since the beginning of the year, while OnePlus has supplied a steady stream of information to keep the phone in the public consciousness ever since.

OnePlus 10 Pro in Emerald Forest color.

You’ll be able to pre-order the OnePlus 10 Pro through OnePlus’s online store and Amazon, plus it will get an exclusive release through the T-Mobile network in the U.S. There are two versions being made, but the release will be staggered. If you can’t wait then you can get a OnePlus 10 Pro with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage space for $899 immediately, or a 12GB/256GB version will follow in the near future.

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In the U.K., the phone will also be available through the same online stores, along with the Three network and John Lewis retail stores. The 8GB/128GB version costs 799 British pounds, while the 12GB/256GB model is 899 pounds. Both will be available on March 31 to pre-order. There are two colors, a standard Volcanic Black phone, and a beautiful Emerald Forest color, which only comes in the 12GB/256GB configuration in the U.K.

OnePlus 10 Pro in Volcanic Black.

If you’ve missed the specification, here’s a reminder: The OnePlus 10 Pro has a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, a 5,000mAh battery with fast charging, and a triple-lens camera with Hasselblad software. The fast charging takes the battery from flat to full in about half an hour, and the camera has a special 150-degree ultra wide-angle mode. We have spent some time with the OnePlus 10 Pro already and you can read our complete, in-depth review of it here.

In addition to the OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus has also added a new color to its OnePlus Buds Pro true wireless headphone lineup. Called Radiant Silver, the Buds Pro now look like they’re made from stainless steel or chrome, due to the special “vacuum metallization” process that gives the surface a highly reflective finish.

OnePlus Buds Pro in Radiant Silver.

The Radiant Silver OnePlus Buds Pro will be available to buy through OnePlus’s online store from April 13, but if you want a free pair of the true wireless headphones, OnePlus will include a set (although probably not the new Radiant Silver model) with every OnePlus 10 Pro pre-order.

If you missed the OnePlus 10 Pro’s launch event there is a recap available on YouTube.

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