Not venturing too far from the template, OnePlus has done a fantastic job at chipping away the rough edges, quite literally. The 6.7in QHD+ AMOLED display is curved towards the edges and blends into a matte frosted glass black that is typical of OnePlus devices with a luxurious feel and a build quality that is hard to fault.
Of course, what differentiates all smartphones these days is the camera module design and the 10 Pro manages to remain distinct by taking inspiration from a four-burner gas stove. The three lenses and the flash are housed in a polished metal band with prominent Hasselblad branding and look purposeful without being OTT. Good job, OnePlus!
Flip it around and you can see that the borders have become even more dainty, keeping a high screen-to-body ratio. The punch-hole selfie cam has been given a boost to 32MP which also captures a wider FoV and gets Nightscape mode too, provided your hands and head are in perfect alignment and anchored.
The in-screen fingerprint reader has been repositioned higher up to be more convenient and it is, in terms of location. But I had more retries than I had the patience for and resorted to the less secure, but lighting quick face unlock most of the time.
OnePlus spends much time talking about the adaptive refresh rate AMOLED screen that can vary itself from 1Hz to 120Hz, is colour calibrated at two different brightness levels and you can even unlock Bright HDR video mode, sharpen 720p videos to super-resolution (supported by Instagram and Youtube) and so on.