What mobile phones currently support eSIM?

🔸 iPhones that support eSIM cards

Apple Apple is the largest mobile phone manufacturer on the market that supports eSIM cards. Since the launch of iPhone XR and XS in 2018, all new models have supported eSIM:

🔹iPhone XR

🔹iPhone XS

🔹iPhone XS Max

🔹 iPhone 11

🔹 iPhone 11 Pro

🔹 iPhone SE 2 (2020)

🔹 iPhone 12

🔹 iPhone 12 Mini

🔹 iPhone 12 Pro

🔹 iPhone 12 Pro Max

🔹 iPhone 13

🔹 iPhone 13 Mini

🔹 iPhone 13 Pro

🔹 iPhone 13 Pro Max

🔹 iPhone SE 3 (2022)

 🔹 iPhone 14

🔹 iPhone 14 Plus

🔹 iPhone 14 Pro

 🔹 iPhone 14 Pro Max

🔹 iPhone 15 series and beyond~

※iPhones from mainland China and iPhone devices from Hong Kong or Macau (except iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone SE 2020 and iPhone XS) do not have the function to support eSIM cards※

🔸 Google Pixel phones that support eSIM cards

🔹 Google Pixel 3 XL

🔹 Google Pixel 3a (excluding phones purchased in Japan or through Verizon service)

🔹 Google Pixel 3a XL

🔹 Google Pixel 4

🔹 Google Pixel 4a

🔹 Google Pixel 4 XL

🔹 Google Pixel 5

🔹 Google Pixel 5a

🔹 Google Pixel 6

🔹 Google Pixel 6a

🔹 Google Pixel 6 Pro

🔹 Google Pixel 7

🔹 Google Pixel 7 Pro

🔹 Google Pixel Fold

🔹 Google Pixel 8 (and Pixel 8 and later)

The following Google Pixel devices do not support eSIM:

 Google Pixel 3 devices in Australia, Japan and Taiwan do not support eSIM cards

❎Google Pixel 3a in Southeast Asia does not support eSIM cards

🔸 iPad 4G version

🔹 iPad Pro 11-inch 1 and subsequent models

🔹 iPad Prol 2.9-inch 3 and subsequent models

🔹 iPad Air 3 and subsequent models

🔹 iPad 7 and subsequent models

🔹 iPad mini 5, 6 and subsequent models

🔸 Apple smart watch GPS+4G version

🔹Apple Watch Series 3 to Series 9 ( including Series 9 and above)

🔹Apple Watch SE

🔹 Apple Watch Ultra (including Ultra and above versions)

🔸 Oppo

🔹  Find X5 Pro

🔸 Sony

🔹 Xperia 10 III Lite

🔸 Xiaomi

🔹 Xiaomi 13 series