OnePlus 10 Pro Unboxing: What’s in the box?

OnePlus 10 Pro Unboxing: What’s in the box?

The OnePlus 10 Pro is the latest flagship from OnePlus, carrying forward the company’s aspirations into 2022. All past OnePlus flagships have garnered enough attention as top-tier flagships, and the OnePlus 10 Pro is no different. If you’re impressed by the phone after reading through our camera review and spotted a great deal to pick it up, you’d be interested in knowing what comes in the OnePlus 10 Pro’s box? After all, it’s quite a toss-up in the air when it comes to charging bricks on flagships. Thankfully, the OnePlus 10 Pro comes with a charging brick wherever you buy, but there is a nuance to the brick itself depending on where you buy the device.

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What’s inside the OnePlus 10 Pro box (Asia and Europe)?

Box contents of the OnePlus 10 Pro laid out on top of a glass table

In regions like Asia (including China and India) as well as Europe, this is what you get inside the OnePlus 10 Pro box:

  • OnePlus 10 Pro (in the color you’ve chosen)
  • 80W SuperVOOC Power Adapter
  • USB Type-A to Type-C Cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Welcome Letter
  • Safety Information and Warranty Card
  • Screen Protector (pre-applied)
  • Protective Case
  • SIM Tray Ejector
  • OnePlus stickers
  • Red Cable Club joining card

From the above, the phone is obviously the most expected item. But beyond that, take a note of some of the extras. OnePlus includes a soft shell protective case in its retail box. This case is better than the usual basic TPU cases you see included in the box with midrange phones, and it’s something you can use for a while if you don’t want a bulky case. And in case you are looking for options beyond, you can check out our recommendations for the best OnePlus 10 Pro cases.

The phone also comes with a basic screen protector pre-applied onto it — we’d recommend keeping this on if it doesn’t bother you, especially since getting a good screen protector can be tricky on devices with a curved display like the OnePlus 10 Pro has. You also get plenty of paper inside the box in the form of various letters and guides. There is also an invitation card for Red Cable Club, though it actually does not serve any purpose and you can join the club even without it.

Beyond that, you also get a charging brick and a compatible cable to go along — but as we mentioned, the charging brick and cable differ for North America.

What’s inside the OnePlus 10 Pro box (North America)?

The box contents are similar for the OnePlus 10 Pro sold in North America, except for three key differences. One, the OnePlus 10 Pro sold in North America supports only 65W fast charging in hardware, so it comes with a 65W SuperVOOC charger instead. Second, this 65W charger has a USB Type-C port, so the phone’s retail box comes with a USB Type-C to Type-C cable to go along with it. And third, there is a USB Type-A to Type-C dongle included as well.

65W SuperVOOC fast charger for the OnePlus 10 Pro sold in North America

That’s primarily the major difference between the contents of the retail boxes in the two regions. The paperwork you get is also slightly different, but nothing materially significant to have any impact.

    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.

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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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