27 March 2023

Google eSIM compatible devices

View the list of Google phones and devices that support eSIM.

Is Your Google Phone or Device eSIM compatible?

If you have any one of the Google phones or devices listed below, congratulations your Google device is eSIM compatible! Be sure to also check if your Google phone or device is carrier-unlocked before using your eSIM.


Google eSIM Phones

The following Google phones support eSIM:


  • Google Pixel 2 (only phones bought with Google Fi service)

  • Google Pixel 2 XL

  • Google Pixel 3 (not including phones bought in Australia, Taiwan or Japan. Phones bought with US or Canadian carriers other than Spring and Google Fi don’t work with eSIM)

  • Google Pixel 3 XL

  • Google Pixel 3a (not including phones bought in Japan or with 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


Please note:

  • *Google Pixel 3 devices from Australia, Japan, and Taiwan are not compatible with eSIM.

  • *Google Pixel 3a from South East Asia is not compatible with eSIM.


If you’re looking for eSIM compatible Apple, Samsung, Google, Oppo, laptop and notebook, and/or other devices, you can find them here:

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