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We asked, you told us: You're not willing to spend much on the OnePlus 10

Over half of polled readers said they'd spend less than $600 on the OnePlus 10.

Published onApril 26, 2022

OnePlus 10 Pro back of the phone
Dhruv Bhutani / Android Authority

The OnePlus 10 Pro wasn’t accompanied by the standard OnePlus 10 at its Chinese or global launches, but several leaks point to the phone still being in the pipeline. In fact, we’ve already got apparent OnePlus 10 specs courtesy of a recent leak.

Now that we’ve seemingly got an idea of the phone’s specs, we asked you how much you’d be willing to pay for the OnePlus 10. Here’s how you answered this question.

How much would you be willing to pay for OnePlus 10?


Almost 1,000 votes were tallied as of writing, and it turns out that the most popular pick was “under $500,” with 30% of the vote. OnePlus hasn’t offered a flagship phone for $500 or under since 2017’s OnePlus 5T. So we don’t think this price point is likely at all, although we wouldn’t mind being wrong.

In second place was the “$500 to $599” camp, representing 26.53% of the vote. In other words, almost 57% of polled readers want a OnePlus 10 for $599 or lower.

Related: How the price of OnePlus phones changed over the years

Rounding out the top three was the “$600 to $649” camp, accounting for 16.02% of the vote. It was followed closely by those who chose $650 to $699 as the price they’re willing to pay for the OnePlus 10 (15.92% of polled readers).

Bringing up the rear were those who said they’d spend $700 to $749 (7.45%) and those who said they’d spend $750 or higher (4.08%).


  • Cyco: Remember back when OnePlus phones used to be cheaper than the competition?
  • DBS: Oversized and without basic features like expandable storage and a headphone jack? I wouldn’t pay more than 10€ for it. And that’s being generous.
  • Martin Pollard: I’ll give it serious consideration if it’s competitively priced and doesn’t use a MediaTek processor (a dead-end for developers like myself). Besides, I don’t use my current phone’s camera for much more than taking pictures of my dogs, so a “lesser” camera module doesn’t bother me as long as it takes decent photos.