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Deal | Save up to US$320 on a new OnePlus 10 Pro

The OnePlus 11. (Source: OnePlus)
The OnePlus 11. (Source: OnePlus)
OnePlus' online store has unveiled its (North American) Mother's Day 2023 sale with attractive deals on some of its Android smartphones, its 2022 flagships included. The 10 Pro has potentially substantial discounts, whereas the 10T is offered at US$100 off (even if it has 16GB of RAM) and with a free protective accessory at present.

OnePlus recommends its fans show appreciation for their mothers in 2023 by buying a whole new Android smartphone. The options on sale include those of the formerly top-end 10 series: devices replete in class-leading screens (and Hasselblad logos, in the case of the the 10 Pro), even if they turned out to be less robust in other ways.

That might be why OnePlus is offering the chance to buy a 10T with the choice of a first-party tempered glass screen protector or a Bumper Case as a Free Gift, and also at US$100 off. The promo reduces the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1-powered smartphone's price to US$549 for an 8GB RAM/128GB storage SKU (a deal also available on Amazon) or US$649 for the only other 16GB/256GB option.

The 10 Pro, on the other hand, is currently available at just US$449 (-43% compared to its normal RRP) with 8GB of RAM or US$549 (a 36%, or US$320, discount). As for its 2023 successor the 11, it still starts at US$699 - although one can add a US$0.99 Mystery Box to its orders for a limited time.

The Box is slated to contain accessories such as one of the brand's car chargers, its new flagship Buds Pro 2 - or even a whole new Android tablet. The OnePlus Mother's Day sale ends on May 17, 2023.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2023-05-11 (Update: 2023-05-12)