The chassis of the 10 Pro is made of aluminium, and it boasts a front panel made of Gorilla Glass Victus and a back panel made of Gorilla Glass 5. OnePlus has taken a page out of Samsung’s playbook and integrated the housing for the metallic camera bump into the side rails of the phone, which results in an attractive design. Even if they are copying the work of another person, at least they are picking on one of the brighter students in the group.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is Qualcomm’s top chipset for this year, and it’s what the OnePlus 10 Pro uses. At the time of its release, the only model that will be marketed in North America is the 128GB version with 8GB of RAM. According to OnePlus, the 256GB version with 12GB of RAM will be made available in the United States at a later date. These specifications provide a sufficient amount of processing power for routine tasks.
This camera system is not precisely the same as the one used a year ago, and there have been some enhancements made to the software. High Efficiency Image Format, or HEIF for short, is a format for taking still photographs that has been embraced by Apple and offers a colour depth of 10 bits.
- 163.0 x 73.9 x 8.5 mm (6.42 x 2.91 x 0.33 in)
- 200.5 g (7.09 oz)
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
- Adreno 740
- 5000 mAh battery
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Comparing the OnePlus 10 to the OnePlus 9 Pro reveals that OnePlus toned down the vivid colour saturation on this year’s OnePlus 10 but maintained the same Natural profile. The Natural mode on the Galaxy S22 Ultra reproduces a greater portion of the sRGB and DCI-P3 colour gamuts than does the OnePlus 10 Pro’s Natural mode. When it comes to the Delta-E colour accuracy score (where 0 represents perfect accuracy), the OnePlus 10 Pro scored somewhat lower than its predecessor, the OnePlus 10 Pro, but scored slightly higher than the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
0 represents perfect accuracy. We observed 1,359 nits in the 10% field during our HDR testing of the most recent iteration of the Ultra. Due to the fact that we were only able to test the HDR performance of the OnePlus 10 Pro in the 100% field, it is challenging to make comparisons in this area. HDR benchmarks require a bit more attention to detail than their SDR counterparts. However, those demonstrated that the Galaxy S22 Ultra did not come close to matching the average peak brightness of the OnePlus 10 Pro, which was 734 nits.