OnePlus releases several phones each year these days, and there’s no sign of the company slowing down anytime soon.
At a live event in New York, the OnePlus 10T has officially been announced. The phone arrives just over four months after the OnePlus 10 Pro launched globally, although it’s technically a replacement for the regular model that never made it out of China.
Plenty of Android rivals are more expensive, but OnePlus isn’t compromising on many key specs. The 10T is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, which helps power a 6.7in OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate. You also get a triple rear camera system and 4,800mAh battery, alongside an incredible 150W wired charging.
With pre-orders about to go live, here’s everything you need to know about buying one in the US and UK.
When will the OnePlus 10T be released?
OnePlus officially announced the 10T at a launch event on 3 August. Pre-orders are live now, ahead of the phone going on sale from 25 August.
This is a global release, so it’ll be available in the US, UK and many European countries on that. Elsewhere, you may be waiting slightly longer.
How much does the OnePlus 10T cost?
OnePlus has revealed full pricing for both models of 10T. As expected, it’s slightly cheaper than the 10 Pro:
8GB RAM, 128GB storage – $649/£629/€699 – only in ‘Moonstone Black’ finish
16GB RAM, 256GB storage – $749/£729/€799 – only in ‘Jade Green’ finish
So far, there’s only one place you can buy the OnePlus 10T SIM-free in the US:
OnePlus – pre-ordering gets you 16GB/256GB model for same price ($649) as 8GB/128GB. Trade in eligible OnePlus device for $50 off, or join Red Cable Club membership program for extra $50 off
Amazon is also expected to sell the phone once it goes on sale. No carriers have been confirmed to offer the 10T on contract, although the 10 Pro is still available via Verizon and T-Mobile.
Where to pre-order the OnePlus 10T in the UK
In the UK, you also have just one option at the moment:
OnePlus – pre-ordering gets you free Buds Z2 wireless earbuds (worth £99), bumper case (worth £24.99) or screen protector (worth £29.99). Trade in eligible devices for a discount
Amazon and John Lewis have been confirmed to stock the phone, although this may just be once it goes on sale. It’s not clear which retailers will have the 10T available on contract, but O2, Three and Vodafone all sell the OnePlus 10 Pro.
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