According, the 10R gets a 50MP main camera with OIS, an OLED display and a Dimensity 8100-MAX SoC to drive it. However, it does have one thing the Ace does not: different SuperVOOC variants. OnePlus’ (and OPPO’s) charging standard now goes all the way to 150 watts (W) in terms of power delivery. However, 2 of the 10R’s 3 configurations come with its 80W counterpart instead, which have 5,000mAh batteries compared to 4,500mAh in the new, 150W 10R Endurance Edition.
OnePlus has released the 10R in India, making it the first phone in the country to include the company’s latest top-end 150W charging technology, though only in one “Endurance Edition” edition. It is thus the most costly 10R type currently available, while it is also available in an 80W version that starts at roughly US$500. In India, OnePlus has announced a successor to the 9R. (April 28, 2022). The global version of the Ace is the latest addition to the flagship-alternative series, which means it runs OxygenOS 12.1, an Android skin that can be upgraded three times and receives four years of security patch updates.
Therefore, this smartphone will charge even faster than Xiaomi’s freshly-launched 12 Pro flagship. The 10R’s battery is touted to come safeguarded through baked-in regulations, and also features a Smart Charging Chip regardless of whether it is 150W or not.
The top-end Endurance Edition, which is also 12GB/256GB, costs INR 43,999 (~$574). OnePlus will release all 3 versions of the 10R for sale through its own website, as well as through Amazon, Reliance and some other channels from May 4, 2022.
This makes the 10R more of a Realme GT Neo3 re-brand in truth – which, as both devices will both sell in India soon, may seem a little confusing. However, the OnePlus version has new colorways to go with its new name: Forest Green or Sierra Black. They are priced at INR 38,999 (~US$509) with 8GB RAM/128GB interal storage/80W configurations, or INR 42,999 (~$561) for 12GB/256GB/80W models.