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The phone hasn't made its way outside China yet, but it was unveiled back in January. One reason for this is that the software used by the company in China allows it to launch the phone in its home market.
The OnePlus 10 Pro will be launching in India, Europe, and North America in March. The phone should be available in the last half of the month. The phone will launch with OxygenOS 12.1 out of the box, with the update hopefully delivering bug fixes from the OxygenOS 12 build. We will have to wait and see how the software holds up before we make a decision on whether or not the OnePlus 10 Pro is one of the best phones on the market.
Pete Lau, co-founder and CEO of the manufacturer, said in a media roundtable that the manufacturer is aiming to increase its global presence in 2022, targeting the likes of Mexico, Latin America, and Southeast Asian markets. The company said that it sold 11 million phones over the course of the year, a new record.
The mid-range and entry-level devices made up a large portion of the sales of the Nord series. The Red Cable Club loyalty program was introduced outside of India last year and the manufacturer is aiming to get 30 million users by the end of the year.
The most affordable 5G device to date, and its first phone with 150W fast charging, will debut in Q2, as well as a busy launch schedule that will include both of these devices. It may release a foldable later in the year or early next year, and on the software side of things, it is making an effort to offer a clean user interface akin to pure Android.