OnePlus says it’s exclusive to China One Plus 10 Pro will make its way to Europe during MVK 2022. At the same event Oppo Find X5 Pro debuted as the latest high-end Android phone.
But since both flagship phones are hitting the market at the same time, which one should you choose?
Read on to find out how the Find X5 Pro and 10 Pro compare in terms of price, design, screen, camera, specs and battery life… The below is based on our early experience with both phones for a couple of hours on the show floor. floor. We’ll update this guide with our final thoughts on which one is better after we spend more time with them and post our full reviews.
Prices and Availability
The Oppo Find X5 Pro will be available for purchase starting March 24, starting at £1,049 / €1,299 for 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.
The OnePlus 10 Pro was originally released in China back in January, but a European release has now been confirmed. However, there is currently no set launch date or price for the phone here in the UK.
We know the phone starts at 4,699 Yuan in China for 8/256GB, which works out to about £558 / €670 / $743. To make it easier to compare with an Oppo phone, the 12/256GB will set you back 5299 Yuan, or £629/€756/$838 with OnePlus.
While these prices might make you think that OnePlus is significantly cheaper than Oppo, it’s worth remembering that they can be converted to other currencies in different ways. The OnePlus 9 Pro cost £829 for 8/128GB and £929 for 12/256GB, so the 10 Pro is likely to be closer to that price.
Design and display
The Oppo Find X5 Pro is available in Glaze Black and Ceramic White with a ceramic slope where the phone turns into an asymmetric camera module that says “Powered by MariSilicon”. The phone measures 163.7 x 73.9 x 8.5mm and weighs 218g, but you’ll probably want to consider a case as we found the ultra-shiny surface to be very prone to fingerprints.
The OnePlus 10 Pro comes in Volcano Black and Emerald Forest Green with mirrored ceramic and matte frosted glass, making it a bit less flashy than Oppo, although the massive camera module gets most of the attention here. There is Hasselblad branding on the camera, and the phone measures 163 x 73.9 x 8.6mm and weighs 200g, making it and Oppo very similar in size and weight.
Comparing displays, the Find X5 Pro and 10 Pro feature 6.7-inch QHD+ (3216 x 1440) AMOLED screens with a dynamic refresh rate of 120Hz. The Find X5 Pro also features a high touch sampling rate of 240Hz, which could make it more suitable for mobile gaming, although we’ll need more testing time to confirm this.
Both phones feature in-display fingerprint sensors and also support face authentication with the front camera.
Both phones are equipped with 50-megapixel triple cameras. But OnePlus comes with the added bonus of Hasselblad Camera for Mobile software, and the Find X5 Pro also uses Oppo’s own MariSilicon X Imaging NPU. The latter is a chip designed to help the camera process images better, thereby improving performance.
The Oppo Find X5 Pro features a 50-megapixel (f1.7) main sensor, a 50-megapixel (f/2.2) ultra-wide-angle sensor with a 112-degree field of view, and a 13-megapixel (f/2.4) telephoto lens. . The focus here is on the ultra-wide camera with a glass lens to reduce distortion and improve color accuracy, though we found this came at the expense of the phone’s zoom capabilities.
The phone can shoot 4K video at up to 60fps and supports slow motion and video zoom modes.
At the same time, the OnePlus 10 Pro features a 48MP (f/1.8) main sensor, a 50MP (f/2.2) 150-degree ultra-wide-angle sensor, and an 8MP (f/2.4) telephoto lens. In particular, the ultra-wide-angle sensor is wider than many of its competitors (including Oppo), allowing more to fit in the frame.
OnePlus can record 8K video at 30fps or 4K at up to 120fps. OnePlus cameras haven’t surprised our reviewers in the past, but the new cameras look promising, so hopefully we’ll see some improvements with the 10 Pro.
Both phones are equipped with a 32-megapixel camera in the upper corner of the display.
Specifications and performance
Both the Find X5 Pro and 10 Pro are powered by Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, which includes 8 CPU cores and an Adreno 730 GPU. Both phones have up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage.
Oppo and OnePlus also use the same ColorOS 12.1 software based on Android 12.
You can see a full breakdown of the specs of each in the comparison table below:
You can compare the full specifications of both phones using the table below.
Date of first revision
One Plus 10 Pro
128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB
50 MP + 48 MP + 8 MP
73.9 x 8.6 x 163 inches
3216 x 1440
Snapdragon 8 Generation 1
Oppo Find X5 Pro
50 MP + 50 MP + 13 MP
73.9 x 8.5 x 163.7mm
3126 x 1440
Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 + MariSilicon X
White ceramic, black glaze
It’s hard to say how well these two phones perform given how little time we’ve spent with them so far, but we do know that Oppo has a hefty vapor chamber to help it dissipate heat and keep it cool, and that OnePlus still It seems to be as fast as any other 2022 flagship when swiping through home screens and diving into apps.
The Oppo Find X5 Pro packs a 5000mAh battery with support for 80W SUPERVOOC fast charging, 50W AIRVOOC wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging.
The OnePlus 10 Pro also includes a 5,000mAh battery with support for 80W fast charging, 50W wireless charging, and reverse wireless charging.
This puts the two phones on equal footing in terms of their battery performance, although we’ll have to test them ourselves to see how long they last in real-life scenarios.
Battery life, like performance, is hard to gauge in practical terms, but so far we’ve found the Find X5 Pro to be able to get us through a day’s worth of use, though it’s unlikely to last multiple days. Charging, meanwhile, is incredibly fast, with the included 80W charger charging it from 0 to 50% in just 10 minutes. The battery has also doubled the number of charge cycles to 1600, which means it should last twice as long as the industry standard.
We also expect the OnePlus 10 Pro to charge quickly, although the Chinese version of the phone comes with a USB-A port instead of USB-C, so we’ll have to wait and see how it charges exactly.
The Oppo Find X5 Pro and OnePlus 10 Pro are strikingly similar phones at first glance, with the same chipset, operating system, battery specs, and refresh rate.
Visually, there are a number of differences in their camera modules and sleek finishes, but ultimately design comes down to personal preference.
Other differences between the two include the Find X5 Pro’s higher touch sampling rate, which could make it more appealing to mobile gamers, as well as 8K video support in the 10 Pro and a wider ultra-wide-angle camera aimed at mobile photographers.
However, you’ll have to wait for our full phone reviews to hear our final verdicts on both.