There really aren’t any secrets about the OnePlus 10 Pro. We’ve already seen the specs released by OnePlus and indication of the distribution plans. Now we know for sure that — per previous indications — India, Europe and North America are being added to the list of available countries.

The second-generation Hasselblad camera plays a key part in the marketing of the device. Users can expect some stunning photos, realistic colour replication and through the array of lenses high-quality shots. The ultra-wide lens is going to be a gem for users who like to take panoramic shots while RAW mode has a lot to offer:

Hasselblad Pro Mode on the OnePlus 10 Pro supports capture in 12-bit RAW on all three rear
cameras, complete with Hasselblad Natural Color Solution for Mobile. Additionally, this mode
supports a new, empowered RAW mode called RAW+ that lets you capture in 12-bit RAW
while retaining the OnePlus 10 Pro’s computational photography to deliver higher quality
photo files with more information, improved dynamic range, and improved noise reduction.

In the short term, the decision to deliver with OxygenOS 12 seems wise and will undoubtedly please the OnePlus faithful. Coming in at US$899.00 (approximately AU$1,200.00) it’s not a cheap option, landing in the realm of the OPPO Find X5, iPhone 13 Mini and Samsung Galaxy S22. Time will tell how the device sells and how satisfied users are.

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nothing is special about this phone

and one plus is not interested in extending the business to australia