OnePlus 10 Pro is officially available in the US


Sales of the OnePlus 10 Pro are set to begin on April 5 in India, April 8 in Europe, and today in the United States, after a global pre-order launch that began at the tail end of March. There are a number of places where you can get the 10 Pro, and we’ve compiled a list of the top five reasons to do business with each of them.

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Let’s begin with the official OnePlus website. Unlocked, the 8/128 GB device costs $900. There are no additional memory choices. Trading in a previous gadget may fetch you up to $850 for an iPhone 13 Pro Max, bringing the price down to nearly nothing. If you have an old OnePlus phone, you may be better off mailing it in for a $100 credit to use on OnePlus products. By the way, if you have an outdated tablet or smartwatch, you may also trade it in. You’ll also get a free set of OnePlus Z2 headphones.

The official carrier is T-Mobile. Even if you still have to pay $900, you may spread it out over 12 months at a cost of $37.50 each month. When you trade in an outdated gadget, you may decrease or even eliminate those monthly payments. For those without the Magenta MAX plan, this feature is not accessible. Other options allow you to pay half of the phone’s cost each month.


Amazon will charge you full price for the phone, but it will also include a reduced $125 Echo Show 8 as a bonus.

If you purchase the phone for $900, you’ll receive a $100 gift card from Best Buy. For example, a two-year accidental Geek Squad Protection membership costs $170 and would be covered by half of that amount.

Check out our OnePlus 10 Pro review to learn more about the company’s newest flagship.


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