The 256GB OnePlus 10 Pro is coming to the US and Canada on June 15

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The improved model of the OnePlus 10 Pro with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage is now coming to the US, reports The Verge† Until now, the only model you could buy in the United States was the 8GB+128GB storage version, but that’s going to change on June 15.

OnePlus 10 Pro 12GB RAM + 256GB storage coming to US and Canada on June 15

The Never Settle company initially released only the 128GB + 8GB RAM version of the phone to buyers in the United States or Canada. And yes, the company doesn’t expect you to settle for needing more RAM and storage, and now the upgraded version is about to become available for purchase. You can get the 256GB OnePlus 10 Pro on June 15, but keep in mind that it will only be available in Volcanic Black for now. The other color for the OnePlus 10 Pro is Emerald Forest, but it remains available only for the 128GB version). But hey, Volcanic Black actually looks pretty good and is matte, so you don’t have to worry about fingerprints. And well, if you need extra storage space, you probably won’t mind a black phone. The 256GB OnePlus 10 Pro costs $969 in the US and CA$1,249 in Canada.

The 256GB version was already available in some other markets and OnePlus promised in April that it will enrich the US. Now the company is keeping this promise. If you’re curious, you’ll pay $70 more for the larger storage and RAM variant.

One important aspect to keep in mind: The 256GB OnePlus 10 Pro supports 5G on Verizon and T-Mobile, but is limited to 4G on AT&T.

You can buy it directly from OnePlus, or from Amazon and Best Buy. If you are one of the early adopters and if you order it before June 20, you will receive a free pair of OnePlus Buds.

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