When it comes to mobile phones’ latest generation, most hype is about camera capabilities, screen resolution, memory or battery life. But there’s something else also worth and it is eSIM. There is a wide range of eSIM-enabled devices available in the market. All major manufacturers such as Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi, Oppo and Motorola are offering eSIM-enabled Smartphones without forgetting laptops, tablets, and watches makers.
Oasis Smart Sim has put up a list of eSIM devices available for consumers. Whether it’s Android or iOS, smartphones, or wearables, you’ll find all the available eSIM-enabled devices in the market below.
Today, MNOs and MVNOs realize eSIM requires a change of strategy towards digital-first, to cater to the needs to exigent digital-savy customers looking for a fully digitalized and seamless experience with their operator. We've assembled all the components to create extraordinary digital journeys around eSIM for Service Providers, in our eSIM digital platform eSIM-as-a-Service. Discover more about it here.
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eSIM Tablets & PCs
Mainstream adoption of eSIM technology in smartphones is happening. The question is no longer whether it will happen, but when it will happen. Operators don't typically disclose their expectations, but there are a few execptions.
For example, Orange expects eSIM ot reach almost 100% of the Belgian market by 2030. We forecast that by 2023, more than 500 million smartphone connections will use eSIM. Hence, operators who refuse to embrace the eSIM service will miss out on this slice of the market that will represent 10% of the total market.
Over the coming years, OEMs are likely to shift their focus towards eSIM-only-devices. Once this prediction bears its fruits, operators who are lagging behind in terms of eSIM implementation will lose a part of the market share. Hence, operators who plan on waiting until 2023 or later to reconsider their plans will lag behind. Implementing eSIM and integrating it into operator business processes (especially customer-facing processes) takes time, so the journey needs to start as early as possible.