The 12GB RAM model of the OnePlus 10 Pro arrives in the United States on June 15

A higher-capacity version of this year’s flagship OnePlus, the 10 Pro, will be released in the US and Canada on June 15, the company announced today. This model comes with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, up from 8 GB and 128 GB respectively in the base model. It retails for $969 in the US and $1,249 in Canada and is available in any color you want as long as it’s black.

OnePlus said it would eventually release this higher-capacity model in the US when it first launched the OnePlus 10 Pro in the country in April (the 12GB/256GB model was already available in some other markets like the UK). In the US, it costs $70 more than the 8GB model, whose MSRP is $899. It supports 5G on Verizon and T-Mobile’s networks, but not on AT&T’s, where it’s limited to just 4G.

The new model will also be sold directly from OnePlus through Amazon and Best Buy. Anyone who picks it up before June 20 will get a free pair of OnePlus Buds.

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