Oneplus 10 Pro will be launched on March in Qatar

The OnePlus 10 Pro launched in China earlier this month, with a global event promised “soon”. A leakster on Twitter claimed the unveiling to overseas markets will happen in March, which means oneplus 10 pro will arrive by march in Qatar.

Oneplus 10 Pro Price in Qatar

Oneplus 10 Pro Expected price in Qatar is QAR 2750 for the 8GB + 128GB version.
8GB + 128GB – ¥4,699 (QAR 2683)
8GB + 256GB – ¥4,999 (QAR 2858)
12GB + 256GB – ¥5,299 (QAR 3029)
The exact Qatar price of the device remains under wraps as of now but it could fall under QAR 3000.

Oneplus 10 Pro will be launched on March in Qatar
Oneplus 10 Pro will be launched on March in Qatar

Oneplus 10 Pro Specs in Qatar


OnePlus revealed the design of the OnePlus 10 Pro ahead of time, so if you’ve been keeping up to date with this phone then there won’t be much new to learn here.

The OnePlus 10 Pro comes in just two colors – a choice of Volcanic Black or Emerald Forest, the latter being a green shade. Each incorporates micro-crystals, giving the rear a slightly more textured look.

A highlight of the design is the metal camera block, which merges with the frame and is a different color to the rest of the back (black in both cases, but a glossier black than the rest of the Volcanic Black model).

The aluminum frame meanwhile is either green or black, depending on which model you go for, but with a metallic sheen not found on the bulk of the rear.

The OnePlus 10 Pro comes in at 163 x 73.9 x 8.55mm, and OnePlus hasn’t said how much the phone weighs, but has said weight distribution leaves it feeling perfectly balanced in the hand.

Finally, OnePlus has mentioned that the phones uses tough Gorilla Glass Victus (which is the latest generation of Corning’s smartphone protection), though it’s not clear whether this is used on the front, the back, or both.


The OnePlus 10 Pro has a 6.7-inch QHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It also uses second-generation LTPO technology, which OnePlus claims allows it to move between 1Hz and 120Hz faster than on the OnePlus 9 Pro, leading to less power consumption.

Additionally, the screen has an industry-first in its use of Dual Color Calibration. This means that the display has been calibrated to deliver accurate colors whether viewed at high or low brightness, making for more consistently high-quality visuals.

Oneplus 10 Pro will be launched on March in Qatar
Oneplus 10 Pro will be launched on March in Qatar


There’s a lot going on with the cameras on the OnePlus 10 Pro, but in short it has a 48MP main camera, a 50MP ultra-wide one (with an extra-wide 150-degree field-of-view), and an 8MP telephoto one, along with a 32MP snapper on the front.

Looking closer, all three rear cameras are able to shoot in 10-bit color, which basically means it can capture a greater range of colors than most smartphone cameras.

The OnePlus 10 Pro also includes some new and improved shooting modes, including a new Fisheye mode with the ultra-wide lens, and a new Master Style mode, which lets you select between three different color styles (Serenity, Radiance or Emerald), which have been calibrated by pro photographers.

Each style is suited to a different type of shot, with Serenity being good for portraits, Radiance for hyperreality, and Emerald for landscape shots.

Additionally, OnePlus has also improved the Hasselblad Pro Mode this year, adding support for 12-bit RAW capture across all three rear lenses. 

There’s also a new RAW+ mode which lets you shoot in 12-bit RAW while retaining the brand’s computational photography elements – so you should get pictures that look polished out of the camera, but are still fully editable. It sounds a lot like Apple’s ProRAW format.

Finally, there’s a Movie Mode, which lets you adjust the white balance, ISO, and shutter speed both before and during filming. You can also shoot in a LOG format without a pre-set picture profile, if you want.

Oneplus 10 Pro will be launched on March in Qatar
Oneplus 10 Pro will be launched on March in Qatar


The battery in the OnePlus 10 Pro is a big upgrade, as not only is it 5,000mAh (up from 4,500mAh in the OnePlus 9 Pro), it also supports 80W fast charging (up from 65W in the OnePlus 9 Pro).

That allows it to charge from 1-100% in just 32 minutes, and if you’d rather use wireless charging you can do that at 50W, getting the phone from 1-100% in 47 minutes. Though notably the wireless charging power hasn’t improved from last year’s phone.

Also, the OnePlus 10 Pro comes with an 80W charger in the box, so you won’t have to buy one separately. That’s very different to a lot of the rest of top-end phones in 2022 where you often have to buy a charger separately. 

Specs and features

The OnePlus 10 Pro has a top-end Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset (which is likely to be the main high-end Android chipset for 2022), coupled with up to 12GB of RAM.

There’s also up to 256GB of storage, and the phone runs Android 12 (overlaid with the company’s OxygenOS 12). Or at least it will use that in most regions – in China it’s instead overlaid with ColorOS 12.1.

The phone also supports 5G of course, and it has a dual SIM card slot. As with previous OnePlus devices, you won’t be able to insert a microSD card to get extra room on this device.