The OnePlus 10 Pro appears in a German store and reveals its price

The OnePlus 10 Pro was launched not too long ago in the Chinese market, and we’ve been waiting for it to come to other regions. Now the device has just appeared on the German online store MediaMarkt. With this list, we have a good overview of the price of the OnePlus 10 Pro in other markets.

Unfortunately, there is no standard OnePlus 10 variant coming. Instead, we’re only getting the pro model, and that’s bad news for people who’ve always liked the regular model. This is the first year that OnePlus has released a single device since 2018’s OnePlus 6.

The OnePlus 10 Pro appears and gives us a glimpse of the price

When a device is made available to multiple regions, it will sometimes experience a slight price change. We didn’t have much to do when the phone first launched three months ago. Many publications have speculated that the price will be around $900 to $1,000 when it arrives in the United States.

Thanks to a list from MediaMarkt, we don’t have the amount in USD, but we have a close equivalent: euros. The OnePlus 10 Pro listing appeared early and gave us the price for the European market. In the listing we see that the 128GB model will cost €899.

This matches what many people have speculated. This roughly converts to around $987, but we know that when the phone launches in the US, it won’t be a direct conversion. When the OnePlus launched last year, it sold for $969 in the US and €919 in Europe.

So retailing for €899 means the OnePlus 10 Pro costs around 2.2% less than the OnePlus 9 Pro in Europe. When this phone launches in the US hopefully we will also see a price drop.

What is this phone pack?

The OnePlus 10 Pro comes with a 6.7-inch LTPO2 1440p+ AMOLED display that can run at up to 120Hz. It’s powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with Adreno 730 GPU. It has 8GB/12GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB/512GB of internal storage.

Keeping the lights on is a large 5,000mAh battery. There’s also 80W fast charging, 50W wireless charging, and even reverse charging.

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