OnePlus 10 Pro gets a ₹5,000 price cut

This news is amid rumours of the launch of its successor, likely the OnePlus 11.

OnePlus 10 Pro gets a ₹5,000 price cut
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Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer OnePlus has slashed the price of its 10 Pro model by ₹5,000, which means more people can their hands on the flagship phone.

This could also mean that the launch of the OnePlus 11 is imminent, albeit in the first half of 2023.

Those waiting to buy a new flagship can now bring home the 10 Pro, as it’s one of the best Android smartphones in the market.

OnePlus 10 Pro gets a ₹5,000 price cut
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If you are unsure whether the OnePlus 10 Pro is a good choice in 2022, you are still getting a clean Android experience with no bloatware, 80W fast charging, and 50W wireless charging.

The OnePlus 10 Pro is also the first smartphone from the company to receive an Android-13-based OxygenOS 13 update. The smartphone is expected to receive two more major Android OS updates, so the device is future-proof.

However, the phone lacks the official IP rating for water and dust resistance. You can also consider devices like the iPhone 13 for the same amount of money. Moreover, models like the Galaxy S22 and the S22 Plus are available at ₹60,000 price bracket.

For the unversed, the OnePlus 10 Pro is a dual-SIM (Nano) smartphone with 5G, based on Android 13. It has a 6.7-inch QHD+ Fluid AMOLED display with a dynamic refresh rate that ranges from 1Hz to 120Hz. Powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, the 10 Pro has a 5,000mAh dual-cell battery.

As for the cameras, it has three 48-megapixel rear cameras with optical image stabilization for optics (OIS). The selfie shooter on the OnePlus 10 Pro is 32 megapixels.

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