Big, premium and considerably less expensive than other flagship phones, the OnePlus 10 Pro is every bit the standard-bearer you’d expect. OnePlus has made a name for itself as a purveyor of high-end smartphones at a price that more people can afford and this 6.7-inch, 5G Android mobile is no exception. Several hundred pounds/dollars cheaper than the rest of the top-end competition, it’s going to make a lot of buyers’ shortlists.

The good news is that, if you’re after an impressive spec sheet and all the mobile mod-cons, then you’re definitely fishing in the right stretch of the river. For us, though, it’s screen and sound that count most. So, if you need your pocket portable to be a top-notch player first, and all other things mobile a definite second, then this is the low-down you need.


Smartphone: OnePlus 10 Pro

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There are two variants of the OnePlus 10 Pro to note. The Volcanic Black version comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage space. It’s not available in the US but will cost a very reasonable £799 in the UK. This is the OnePlus 10 Pro that we have on test here.


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