Regardless of your operating system, it's essential to verify whether your devices are carrier-unlocked and eSIM-compatible.

A locked device restricts you to using SIM cards from a specific carrier, whereas a carrier-unlocked device allows you to use SIM cards from any carrier. To use eSIMs, your devices must be carrier-unlocked.

This article focuses on devices purchased in Hong Kong, as devices from this region may not offer eSIM support. For information regarding the eSIM compatibility of devices purchased elsewhere, please consult the eSIM-Compatible Devices List.

The following devices in this list are confirmed to support eSIM:


  • iPhone XS

  • iPhone SE (2nd generation or later model)

  • iPhone 12 mini (HK version)

  • iPhone 13 mini (HK version)

Android Mobile:

  • Samsung Z Flip

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S9|Tab S9+|Tab S9 Ultra

  • Huawei P40

  • Huawei P40 Pro

  • Huawei Mate 40 Pro 5G


  • MOTOROLA Edge 40

  • HONOR Magic 4 Pro

  • HONOR Magic 5 Pro

  • HONOR Vs 5G

  • HONOR 90 5G

  • VIVO X90 Pro 5G

  • Xiaomi 13 Pro

  • Xiaomi 13

  • Xiaomi 13T Pro

  • Xiaomi 13T

  • OPPO Find N2 Flip 5G

  • OnePlus 11 5G

Windows Device:

  • Microsoft Surface Pro X

  • Microsoft Surface Go 2 LTE

  • Microsoft Surface Go 3 Intel® Core i3 128 LTE

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 9 5G


  • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation or later model)

  • iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation or later model)

  • iPad Air (3rd generation or later model)

  • iPad (7th generation or later model)

  • iPad mini (5th generation or later model)

Please note that this information is accurate as of October 2023. Ensure to check with your carriers for more information.

Additionally, it's worth noting that all iPhone and iPad devices purchased in Mainland China do not support eSIM functionality.