OnePlus 10 Pro could launch in China months before it launches globally
The Oppoification of OnePlus has been underway for months, and it looks like another new change is coming to OnePlus’ release cycle.
According to a tweet from dependable leaker Max Jambor, the OnePlus 10 Pro release date will take place in January or February 2022, but only in China. The global OnePlus 10 Pro launch will reportedly be held in March or April 2022, potentially leaving up to a three-month gap between the Chinese and global launches.
This lines up with the global launch of OnePlus’ former flagship phones. The OnePlus 9 Pro debuted encyclopedically in March 2021. Still, the earlier China launch is new for the company. OnePlus has historically launched its flagship smartphones encyclopedically from day one, or at least semi-globally. Oppo, on the other hand, generally brings its smartphones to its home country of China first, also launches them on a transnational scale at an after date.
In September 2021, OnePlus CEO and founder Pete Lau blazoned a new period for the company called “ OnePlus2.0,” which basically meant OnePlus would come more nearly integrated with its parent company, BBK, as well as other BBK- possessed parcels like Oppo.
So what does this mean for the OnePlus 10 Pro? Beforehand coming time, if this rumor turns out to be true, we can anticipate the OnePlus 10 Pro to launch in China with Color OS, the Android skin that vessels on Oppo smartphones. The global launch, latterly on, would see the 10 Pro boat with Oxygen Zilches, the same software skin that has been packed on OnePlus phones for times.
As mentioned, this is only a rumor and should be taken with a grain of swab until we hear a commodity sanctioned from OnePlus.