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Which phones use eSIMs?

Since the launch of the last iPhones in 2018, eSIM cards have been incorporated to other mobile models. The difference with traditional SIM cards is that they are not physical or occupy space. Many of us wonder which phones are compatible with the eSIM card, and in this article we leave you an updated list.

Be aware that in order to use an eSIM you must meet this requirements:

Which cell phone support eSIM?

Here is the updated list of phones with esim, ordered by brand, as well as a detail of all models of each manufacturer.

ManufacturerModeleSIMMaximum eSIMsSet up
AppleiPhone XRYes20QR, App operador
AppleiPhone XSYes20QR, App operador
AppleiPhone 11Yes20QR, App operador
AppleiPhone 11 ProYes20QR, App operador
AppleiPhone SE (2020)Yes20QR, App operador
AppleiPad Pro (2018 y adelante)Yes20QR, App operador
AppleiPad AirYes20QR, App operador
AppleiPadYes20QR, App operador
AppleWatch series 3Yes1Aplicación
AppleWatch series 4Yes1Aplicación
AppleWatch series 5Yes1Aplicación
GooglePixel 3Yes1QR
GooglePixel 3eYes1QR
GooglePixel 4Yes1QR
HuaweiP40 ProYes1QR
HuaweiP40 Pro+No
MotorolaRazr 2019Yes1QR
SamsungGalaxy FoldYes1QR, App operador
SamsungGalaxy Z FlipYes1QR, App operador
SamsungGalaxy S20Yes1QR, App operador
Table 1: Mobile devices supporting eSIM

Apple phones with eSIM

An iPhone using an eSIM and a physical SIM at the same time

Apple is the manufacturer with the most phones with esim on the market. Since the launch of the iPhone XR and XS in 2018, all new devices have eSIM capability:

In addition to the iPhone, all Apple iPads with 4G connectivity that have come out since 2018 also support eSIM:

Samsung phones with eSIM

samsung eSIM devices

Samsung has waited almost two years since Apple began using eSIM to launch its own eSIM phones, although it is expected to extend this to its mid-range from 2020.

At the moment Samsung has three eSIM compatible smartphones, although the first bestseller is actually the Samsung S20, because the Samsung Galaxy Fold will be sold on a limited basis.

Google phones with eSIM

google pixel 4 esim device

Google has been one of the first manufacturers to support the implementation of eSIM in his phones, together with Apple. All Google Pixel models are compatible with eSIM from Google Pixel 2, although we recommend consulting your Spanish operator first:

Huawei phones with eSIM

huawei esim
The Huawei P40 and P40 are the first terminals from the Chinese manufacturer to support eSIM.

Huawei is the first Chinese manufacturer to produce eSIM phones, so we can expect that many of their competitors will start to launch them in their high range as well.

At this time two models are compatible, the Huawei P40 and the Huawei P40+, but the Huawei P40 Pro+ is not compatible, apparently because of limitations imposed by its ceramic housing.

Huawei models only allow to have one eSIM installed at a time, and when the model is dual SIM the second slot is disabled, so two physical SIMs cannot be used at the same time as the eSIM.

Motorola eSIM phones

With the launch of its new Razr model in 2019 Motorla made the drastic decision to eliminate the physical SIM slot and use only eSIM, which probably anticipates the future of eSIM.

It is very likely that other manufacturers trying to minimize the size of their new models will adopt the philosophy of only eSIM in the future, although this will depend on how fast this technology penetrates the market.

Frequently asked questions about eSIM-compatible phones

Is the Samsung Galaxy S10 compatible with eSIM?

Unfortunately the Samsung Galaxy S10 does not support eSIM, the first Samsung phones to do so are the Galaxy S20 and the Galaxy Edge.

Does the iPhone 10 support eSIM?

Unfortunately the iPhone 10 does not support the installation of an eSIM, the first Apple phones to do so were the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS in 2018. Previous models are not supported.

Is the Huawei P40 Pro + compatible with eSIM?

No, only the P40 and P40 Pro models are compatible. It seems that the ceramic case of the Pro+ prevents this for some reason.