OnePlus 10 Pro Review: Living With the Best

OnePlus 10 Pro Review: Living With the Best

A few weeks ago, I spent some time with the OnePlus 10 Pro, and I liked it. Since that review, however, my feelings have changed somewhat. Here are my thoughts on how to live with the best phone in the world right now (but maybe not for long).

In The Box

When I first got my hands on the OnePlus 10 Pro, I admit to feeling some excitement. This was new technology, different from any other phone I’d used. In this post, we’ll cover the OnePlus 10 Pro Review: Living With the Best.

I will talk about what’s in the box, software and specs, hardware and design, camera experience and so much more. If you’re looking for a thorough review of the OnePlus 10 Pro – then this is it!

Software – The OnePlus 10 pro comes with Android 9 Pie and Oxygen OS 9.5, which offers a familiar Android interface with more customization options. There are many new features and changes in Pie, so let’s dive into them in my OnePlus 10 Pro Review: Living With the Best post.


It’s been two weeks since my OnePlus 10 Pro arrived and I couldn’t be happier with the performance of the device. It is much faster, more powerful, and smoother than my older OnePlus 6T. Overall, it’s a significant improvement over last year’s flagship which also included cutting-edge features like wireless charging and fast-charging technology that gets me up to 60% in half an hour!

I’m quite impressed with the camera as well. Even though the software on this phone is still in beta, for now, I’ve already been able to capture some incredible shots (even in low light!). This phone also has an improved stereo microphone and dual cameras on each side of the device. The speaker quality is also noticeably better which adds another dimension to video watching or game playing.

The device also looks better than previous OnePlus models, but I do miss my wireless charging! And for some reason, despite all of its cool new features and attractive design, there is something about using it that just feels… ordinary. If you’re a hardcore gamer or extreme photographer like me and want to take your mobile experience to new heights, then look no further.

This phone is one of your best options. However, if you’re not into mobile photography, are looking for a flagship device with an affordable price tag, or have zero interest in becoming an early adopter; then it’s probably best to wait until next year when newer models will be released and prices drop even more.

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Battery Life

After a week of heavy use, I found that the OnePlus 10 Pro has better battery life than most flagships out there, despite having a smaller capacity. With a single charge, I was able to stream more than two hours of HD YouTube content on an LTE network with the display brightness set to max, and still had over 50% of my battery left.

For me, this is enough to get through an entire day or evening without worrying about carrying my charger around. When the battery gets low you’ll see it drop in the status bar and when it hits 20% the phone will let you know too. That being said if you want some room for error then goes for 30%.

While the battery life is stellar on its own, I found that Dash Charge was just as impressive. With a power outlet nearby, I was able to fully charge my OnePlus 10 Pro from 5% to 100% in just over an hour and a half. For example, if you’re going out for dinner or a movie, you won’t need to leave your charger at home since you can charge it quickly during your downtime.

The biggest downside to Dash Charge, though, is that you can’t use it at public charging stations. Although we are seeing more and more charging outlets with USB-C ports appearing around public areas, most have Qualcomm’s Quick Charge technology built in. And while both charge your phone fairly quickly they aren’t interchangeable so don’t be surprised when a notification pops up saying you can only charge using a OnePlus charger.

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