List Of eSIM Compatible Phones | Latest Updated 2023

eSIM is a technology that allows you to activate a mobile plan without using a physical SIM card. It is convenient, secure and easy to use. But not all phones support eSIM. The list below is constantly expanding as more eSIM-compatible devices get released into the market. According to the latest update in 2023, the eSIM-compatible devices are as follows:

iPhones that support eSIM

eSIM is integrated into iPhone models starting with the XR. The iPhone XS and XS Max were the next to support eSIM after the iPhone XR. Then, in 2020, the SE 2 and iPhone 11 series welcomed eSIM.

The iPhone 12, 13, and 14 series have now improved upon it. Most recently, the iPhone 15 series was released with eSIM.

Here is list of all eSIM compatible iPhones:

Note: Please note that the following devices DO NOT support eSIM:

  • iPhones with 2 physical SIM slots versions usually do not support eSIM. Please check your Setting > Cellular (Mobile Data) to make sure there is an option to “Add eSIM”.
  • All iPhones bought from China Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao do not support eSIM. 

iPads with eSIM (Cellular Models)  

Samsung phones that support eSIM

Note:  Please note that the following Samsung devices do not support eSIM:

  • All Samsung S20 FE and S21 FE
  • All Samsung purchased from China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
  • Galaxy S20/S21, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Note 20 Ultra, Z Fold 2, Galaxy S21 5G, Galaxy S21+ 5G, Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, S20, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Fold 5 bought in the USA.
  • Most Samsung Galaxy devices purchased in South Korea do not support eSIMs 

Google Pixel phones that support eSIM

Please note that the following Google devices do not support eSIM:

  • Google Pixel 3 bought in Australia, Japan, Taiwan do not support eSIM, and those purchased with service from US or Canadian carriers other than Sprint and Google Fi do not have eSIM capability.
  • Google Pixel 3a bought in Japan and ASEAN countries and with Verizon service.

Huawei phones that support eSIM

  • Huawei P40
  • Huawei P40 Pro
  • Huawei Mate 40 Pro

The following Huawei phones do not have eSIM capability:

  •   Huawei P40 Pro+
  •   All Huawei devices purchased in China are not eSIM capable.

Oppo phones that support eSIM

Please note that the following Oppo devices do not support eSIM:

  • eSIM availability may vary depending on country/region and carrier. Please contact your carrier or device manufacturer to confirm that your Oppo device is eSIM-capable.

Xiaomi phones with eSIM

Motorola phones that support eSIM

  • Motorola Razr 2019
  • Motorola Razr 5G
  • Motorola Razr 40
  • Motorola Razr 40 Ultra
  • Motorola Razr+
  • Motorola Edge+
  • Motorola Edge 40 Pro
  • Motorola G52J 5G
  • Motorola G52J 5G Ⅱ
  • Motorola G53J 5G

Sharp phones that support eSIM

  • Sharp AQUOS sense 4 lite
  • Sharp AQUOS Sense 6s
  • Sharp AQUOS sense 7
  • Sharp AQUOS sense 7 plus
  • Sharp AQUOS Wish
  • Sharp AQUOS wish 2 SHG08
  • Sharp AQUOS wish 3
  • Sharp AQUOS zero 6
  • Sharp Simple Sumaho 6
  • Sharp AQUOS R7
  • Sharp AQUOS R8
  • Sharp AQUOS R8 Pro

Other phones that support eSIM

  • NUU X5
  • Rakuten Mini
  • Rakuten Big 
  • Rakuten Big-S
  • Rakuten Hand 
  • HAMMER Explorer PRO
  • HAMMER Blade 3
  • HAMMER Blade 5G
  • HAMMER myPhone NOW eSIM
  • Honor Magic 5 Pro
  • Honor Magic 4 Pro
  • Honor 90

How to check if your phone supports eSIM?

eSIM availability depends on each phone model, carrier and certain country/region. You can contact your phone manufacturer or carrier to confirm that your phone is eSIM-capable. Specifically, your phone must also be carrier-unlocked to use eSIM.

Please make sure your phone supports eSIM before purchasing.

How to check if your device supports eSIM?

Number of eSIMs Supported by Smartphones 

The amount of eSIMs supported by different smartphone models depending on the manufacturer. Almost all modern mobile phones, especially flagship models from well-known brands from Apple, Samsung and Google, typically assist at least one eSIM. It permits customers to use different phone numbers or cellular plans on the same device.

How many eSIMs can be used on one eSIM-compatible device

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