iD 5G Network: Device Compatibility | Join the discussion, ask questions, share advice.
Sticky News

iD 5G Network: Device Compatibility

iD 5G Network: Device Compatibility

Show first post

132 replies

Userlevel 2

@Emil Thanks for the reply, surprising about Three and the Find X3 Pro because they are selling it on their website http://www.three.co.uk/oppo/find-x3-pro-5g?colour=black&memory=256&paym=true

What about the Oppo Find X2 Pro, which came out last year, is that anywhere on the list?

Thanks

when will 5g arrive in london e5 9hs

I hope the Pixel 4a 5g is on the list

Userlevel 7
Badge +3

@AndyX2Pro Apologies, there was a typo in my response, I have now changed it to the X2 Pro in response to your initial question. 

Emil

Userlevel 6
Badge +4

Hi @Nickr0 

The Pixel 4A 5G is yet to be tested on our network. Once it has, we will update our website here

-Mohsin

Userlevel 1

How about iPhone 12 series? When can we expect to get 5G?

Userlevel 8
Badge +9

@xanpb_2004,

Keep an eye out here as we’re testing new handsets regularly and will update once it’s live.

 

Mohammed

 

Userlevel 6
Badge +6

Hi @Max Festus Omorogbe, could you be a little (a lot) more specific in your post so we can provide some assistance?

 

Thank you,

Rory

Userlevel 7
Badge +8

Hi @Yelloperil,

 

We don’t have rough timescales for any handsets sorry. As soon as we know, we update our website as soon as we get the go ahead.

 

Will

Userlevel 1

OK thanks,

I will have a look at other networks then

Userlevel 7
Badge +8

That’s a shame @Yelloperil, but we understand your decision if 5G roll-out time-frames are something of a priority for you.

 

Take care, and please let us know if ever you need anything else.

 

Will

Userlevel 7
Badge +3

Article has been updated with 2 OPPO devices that have been tested and approved for use on the iD 5G network 06/07/21. More devices will follow. 

Thanks, 

Emil

Userlevel 7
Badge +3

@Yelloperil this has now been approved, please see the updated list above. 

 

Article updated on 09/07/21 with Samsung A22 5G

Are you likley to include OnePlus on your list of compatible phones? The Nord 2 5G in particular.

Userlevel 7
Badge +3

This list has now been updated with the Motorola G50

Emil

Hey @AndyX2Pro 

No problem at all. 

Unfortunately there are no current plans to test the X2 Pro. We are constantly working with our network partners Three and suppliers to expand our list of 5G compatible devices.

In regards to the ideation board, my vision is for it to work how you describe, so let’s see!

We are aiming tor a January/February launch.

Hope my answer helps and thanks for your question :grinning:

Emil

Hello Emil

Sorry for be a pain like many others 🙂 but why isn’t Oppo Find X2 Pro in the list?? 

5 months ago (reference to the quoted comment) you said there weren’t any plans.

But what about at the moment?? I can see the Find x3 Neo is on the list which has the exact same snapdragon chipset as the Find x2 Pro (Snapdragon 865) on that base it should be a viable phone to be compatible with 5G ID Network :)  

 

Kind Regards

Taimur

Userlevel 7
Badge +3

@Sandy Jenner Unfortunately, this is still an untested device. We are unable to disclose what devices will be tested or are currently being tested. However, we are always looking to add more smartphones to our 5G compatible portfolio.

Emil

 

This means that we will not be able to provide you with any help or support with a 5G device that is not compatible with our network because we have not officially tested it. However, just because we have not tested the 5G device ourselves. It does not mean that the device will not be able to connect to our network.

I hope that helps answer your question. 

Emil

Hello

That is understandable, I was indeed curious because it would be nice to have the 5G once in a while (I don’t yet live in 5G area).

So even if it doesn’t get tested the smartphones will at some point receive a iD network information update to be able to connect to the 5G network? as our 5G phones are just limited by the automatic network selection from iD (preferred network type: 4G/3G/2GAuto)

 

Many Thanks!

Userlevel 1

Just wondering as anyone got this phone? I have just got a Motorola G plus 5g can you confirm if this will work  or not on I'd 5g network my old phone did and it's not listed anywhere on the I'd site that is the Xiaomi mi 10t lite thanks john

You don't seem to reply to these messages very often - it appears you are just as slow at updates as you are testing!!

What about the OPPO Find X2 Neo? It worked fine with 5G on Three so why not ID?

As you've tested later models I fear you'll skip this one and I'll have to change network again.

Userlevel 1

You can use workarounds to get 5g connection on your phone.  Samsung Band Selection is a good one. Just an app in play store.  5G worked fine for me on ID, then android 12 update got rid of it.  Now I use band selection app when I want to pick up the 5G signal again.  

Hope this helps someone. 

There are no Sony phones on the list.

I have a Sony Xperia 1 ii which has 5G band 78NSA.

When will this be supported please?

Thanks,Michael

Userlevel 1

@Sandy Jenner Unfortunately, this is still an untested device. We are unable to disclose what devices will be tested or are currently being tested. However, we are always looking to add more smartphones to our 5G compatible portfolio.

Emil

I just ordered a new sim, I wouldn't have bothered if realised earlier that Samsungs latest flagship phones don't work on 5g

Userlevel 7
Badge +3

Hey everyone, this article has been updated to include the entire iPhone 13 range as of 22/09/21.

Emil

Reply


Why iD Mobile?