Oneplus 10 Ultra: Full Specifications, Date Of Release, And Price

After a long wait for the OnePlus 10 Pro’s global launch, which didn’t happen until a few months after it was first shown off in China, it looks like we might be getting another phone. This phone, called the OnePlus 10 Ultra, is meant to be a no-holds-barred flagship that can compete with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Read on to find out everything we know, such as the release date, price, and specs.

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When is the OnePlus 10 Ultra expected to be released?

At the moment, we don’t know much about the OnePlus 10 Ultra. Some patent listings and a few leaks are the only things we know about the device. From what we can tell, the OnePlus Ultra will be a higher-end phone than the OnePlus 10 Pro.

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Since the OnePlus 10 Pro didn’t come out until spring 2022, the Ultra model might not come out for a while. Weibo, a Chinese social network, has a post from OnePlus saying it will release a new flagship phone in Q3 (July to September), which is almost certainly the 10 Ultra. Yogesh Brar, a tipster, thinks it will come out in August or September, which is likely toward the end of that time frame.
But it might not come after all. Max Jambor, a rival leaker, doesn’t think so. He said on Twitter that the OnePlus 10T 5G will be the “next and only flagship phone coming this year.” Even if that’s true, it’s still possible that the specs below are correct; they talk about the 10T, not the 10 Ultra.

What is the cost of the OnePlus 10 Ultra?

In the past, there has been a “standard version” of the OnePlus, like the OnePlus 9, which was then followed by a more expensive “Pro edition” (i.e., the OnePlus 9 Pro). This year is different because OnePlus hasn’t put out a standard OnePlus 10. Instead, we might get a Pro and Ultra version.

So, we don’t have much of a track record to go on, but it seems likely that the price will go up a lot because of the prestige that comes with the “Ultra” name. It may be the first OnePlus device to break the £1000/$1000 barrier, which may further distance the brand from its roots as a maker of great phones at low prices.

Since this could be a new level in the OnePlus line, there is no information about how much it might cost. We can, however, use the OnePlus 10 Pro as a guide since this model costs:

  •  8GB+128GB – $740 (£540/¥4,699/€650/₹56,699)
  • 8GB+256GB – $785 (£575/¥4,999/€690/₹60,299)
  • 12GB+256GB – $830 (£610/¥5,299/€730/₹63,999)
  • 12GB+512GB – $915 (£670/¥5,799/€805/₹69,999)

If the Ultra is more costly, it may surpass the £1,000/$1,000/€1,000 mark, which has become the norm for flagship smartphones in recent years.


So far, the Dutch website LetsGoDigital and the YouTuber Concept Creator have given us the most transparent look at the OnePlus 10 Ultra. The renders below come from LetsGoDigital and Concept Creator. Early rumors about the specs were used to make these images, but it seems likely that the final product will also look like the OnePlus 10 Pro.

The display, which is slightly curved on the sides, has a small hole-punch camera in the upper left corner. The matte back panel again gives way to a very large, some might say ugly, three-lens camera module.

A periscope camera

In February, Blog posted on its Twitter account (which has since been shut down) information about a new patent that OnePlus had created for a very similar device to the OnePlus 10 Pro. The main difference was that the camera system was better.

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The upper left side of the back panel is the same as the OnePlus 10 Pro, and the top two cameras seem the same. However, the third camera and flash on the 10 Pro have been replaced with a recessed camera and an empty panel to its right on the OnePlus 10. Instead of a circle, the flash is now a tiny, round rectangle. On the 10 Ultra, it was a circle. This is also moved to the upper section next to the two cameras.


Most of the time, Qualcomm’s newest mobile chipsets are used in OnePlus’s top phones. For the Pro, that was the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, but for its replacement, we might see a mid-lifecycle update to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus, which is probable to have even better performance scores. We were already amazed at how well the OnePlus 10 Pro worked, so this would be a good sign.

Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1

On Weibo, OnePlus confirmed that it would release a phone with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, which is almost certainly the 10 Ultra. This means the phone should be a little faster than the 10 Pro since the chip improves CPU and GPU performance by 10%. Qualcomm says that the chip is 15 percent more power-efficient than the 8 Gen 1 chip in the old phone, so the battery life might also improve.

Faster charging

The 10 Pro’s 80W charging speed is pretty fast, but the newer OnePlus 10R (known in China as the OnePlus Ace) has even more quickly 150W rates. It would be strange if the company’s top model, the Ultra, didn’t have the faster-charging speeds, so it appears almost sure that the 150W rates will be included.