The OnePlus 10 Pro popped up to space ahead of launching in Europe and North America on March 31st

    First launched in China back on January 11th, the OnePlus 10 Pro is finally set to make its official debut in North America, European, and UK markets on March 31st. Before then, OnePlus sent its newest flagship 38,000 meters into the stratosphere to take some stunning photos of the horizon with its Hasselblad color-tuned camera. Needless to say, we’ve got more details on both points for you after the break.

    We’ve embedded some of the shots taken by the OnePlus 10 Pro above, showing the earth’s horizon in all of its glory, aided by the Hasselblad color tuning technology. You can see how the stunt was achieved via the official OnePlus YouTube channel.

    More importantly, March 31st is when the OnePlus 10 Pro will be released in North America, Europe, and the UK, and there will be an online-only event held at 10 AM ET/7 AM PT on YouTube where you can (re-)learn the details about the phone.

    Those who reserve the OnePlus 10 Pro for just $1 (don’t get excited, the balance of the as-yet-unannounced price will need to be paid by March 31st) will receive a free pair of OnePlus Buds Pro (US & UK). OnePlus says that the price of its new phone will be revealed by March 31st at 6 AM, but how much before we don’t actually know.

    How much will the OnePlus 10 Pro set you back? Well, we think somewhere between $800 and $1,000 but that’s just a guesstimate on our part that takes in the prices of previous OnePlus flagships. You can reserve your OnePlus 10 Pro via the link below:

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