Review OnePlus 10 Pro – The dimensions of the screen itself are 6.7 inches with 3D curved sides, 1440p resolution, and the screen ratio reaches 92.7% thanks to very thin bezels. Not yet using the under-display front camera technology, OnePlus still embeds a punch-hole sensor with a 32MP resolution belonging to Sony IMX615. While the setup of the three rear camera sensors is quite interesting.
The main sensor is indeed not the largest in terms of resolution at 48MP, but it has large physical dimensions at 1/1.43 inches with large pixel sizes and OIS. The second is the 50MP Samsung JN1 ultra wide-angle sensor, which provides a maximum viewing angle of 150 degrees similar to the realme GT 2 Pro and can produce fish-eye-wide photos.
And the last one is not a microscope sensor, but an 8MP telephoto with 3.3x optical magnification and OIS. Continuing to collaborate with Hasselblad, OnePlus 10 Pro will be able to provide photos with more natural color tones. Plus, there is a new “XPan” mode that is devoted to video recording, in addition to other modes such as Dual Scene Recording.
Of course, it is not surprising that the performance of the OnePlus 10 Pro will be very fast, thanks to the use of the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip. The chip is paired with 12GB RAM options and 256GB UFS 3.1 internal storage.
The variant released in China itself will run ColorOS 12, and OnePlus claims its Hyperboost feature will be able to improve performance even further.
With a massive 5,000 mAh capacity, the OnePlus 10 Pro now supports 80W fast charging via cable, or wirelessly up to 50W using OPPO’s AirVOOC technology.
As a result, charging only takes 32 minutes & 47 minutes, respectively. This smartphone is also the first to be certified by TUV Rheinland for fast performance for up to 36 months of use.