Does the OnePlus 10 Pro have dual SIM support?

Does the OnePlus 10 Pro have dual SIM support?

The OnePlus 10 Pro is a great flagship. While it may not be the supreme leader in the Android space, it remains a practical choice for most Android users looking for a flagship that does not become obscene with its pricing. The camera is great too, even though opinion may be divided on how good it is from the last generation. If you have chanced upon a good deal on the OnePlus 10 Pro and want to snag one up for use on your favorite carrier, you may be wondering whether the device comes with dual SIM support. The answer to that question is both yes and no, as dual SIM support varies by region.

The OnePlus 10 Pro sold in Europe and India comes with support for dual nano-SIM cards, placed on either side of a single SIM tray. This means that the devices purchased in Europe and India can be used with two phone numbers on one device.

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On the other hand, the OnePlus 10 Pro sold in North America comes with support for only a single nano-SIM card slot. You cannot insert a second SIM card on the device, and nor does it support eSIMs. Essentially, you can use only one phone number on the device.

    The OnePlus 10 Pro is the latest and greatest flagship smartphone from OnePlus, and packs some of the best performing hardware into one package. It's got a great chipset, good camera, and super fast charging all inside of a unique design.

You could in theory purchase a OnePlus 10 Pro from Europe and use it in North America with two SIM cards. But keep in mind that band support is different between the regions, with Europe supporting more bands than the North American model. Where you would face difficulties is with the charger, as the 80W charger sold in Europe is not tested and certified for use in North America, whereas OnePlus includes a 65W charger in that region. We’d generally advise against using devices cross-region, as you’d be better off buying something that is meant for your region and saving yourself some headaches.

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Aamir Siddiqui
Aamir Siddiqui

A journalist at XDA-Developers and the current Editor in Chief, I have been writing for XDA since 2015, despite being a qualified business-litigation lawyer. A low-end smartphone purchase in 2011 brought me to the forums, and it's been a journey filled with custom ROMs ever since. When not fully dipped in smartphone news and tutorials, I love traveling to places just to capture pictures of the sun setting. You can reach out to me at [email protected] or on Twitter (@aamirsidd94).

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