5G help is rapidly coming to additional urban communities in India since the send off of the cutting edge network back in October this year. You may be considering purchasing a 5G smartphone because Airtel 5G and Jio 5G now support many Tier-I areas.
Since most manufacturers need to release software updates that are 5G-ready and support the new network before you can experience these faster mobile broadband speeds, a phone that supports 5G is not sufficient at this time. Here is a more in-depth look at each brand and the specific phones that are currently 5G-ready in India, as many manufacturers have already released 5G software for their phones.
Smartphones with 5G: All smartphones that are currently compatible with 5G networks in India are listed here.
Apple’s iOS 16.2 update, which was released earlier this week, has made all of Apple’s 5G-capable devices ready for 5G speeds. Apple was not one of the first brands to release software that is ready for 5G in India. These include the iPhone SE Gen 3 in addition to the entire iPhone 12 series, iPhone 13 series, and iPhone 14 series.
Keep in mind that you will first need to update these phones to the most recent version of iOS. If you are using Jio 5G, you will also need to make sure that you are enrolled in Jio’s Welcome Offer 5G program.
Several Samsung phones have received software updates that make them ready for 5G. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the Galaxy Z Fold 4, and the Galaxy S22 series are among these.
The Galaxy S20 FE, the Galaxy M52, the Galaxy M42, the Galaxy M32, the Galaxy M13, the Galaxy M53, the Galaxy M33, the Galaxy A73, the Galaxy A22, the Galaxy A52s, and the Galaxy A33 are all supported as well.
Neither the Pixel 6 nor the Pixel 7 series of smartphones have received a software update to prepare them for support of 5G in India. These phones are expected to receive an update this month.
The company has only released one phone, the Nothing Phone (1), which currently supports both Airtel and Jio 5G networks.
All of the OnePlus phones that support 5G have received the necessary software updates and are now effectively ready for 5G. The OnePlus 10 series, the OnePlus 9 series, and the OnePlus 8 series are examples of these.
The OnePlus Nord, Nord 2, Nord 2T, Nord CE, Nord CE Lite 2, and Nord CE are all updated and prepared for 5G.
In India, the Xiaomi 12 Pro, the Xiaomi Mi 10 series (Mi 10, Mi 10i, Mi 10T, and Mi 10T Pro), the Xiaomi Mi 11 series (Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11X, Mi 11X Pro, Xiaomi 11X, Xiaomi 11 Lite NE, Xiaomi 11T Pro, Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge, and Xiaomi 11i), and the Xiaomi Mi 10 series (Mi 10, Mi 10i, Mi 10T, and Mi 10T Pro) are all ready for 5G.
When it comes to Redmi smartphones, the Redmi Note 11T 5G, Redmi Note 10T, Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus, Redmi 11 Prime, and Redmi K50i have all received software updates that support 5G and are also prepared for 5G speeds. 5G is currently available on the Poco M4, Poco M4 Pro, Poco M3 Pro, Poco F3 GT, Poco F4, and Poco X4 Pro.
Realme This is a list of all Realme smartphones that are currently ready for 5G, broken down by category.
Realme 10 Pro and Realme 10 Pro+ are part of the Realme 10 series.
Realme 8 and 9 series, including the Realme 9i, Realme 8s, Realme 8 5G, Realme 9 Pro, Realme 9 pro Plus, and Realme 9 SE.
The Realme X series, which includes the Realme X7, Realme X7 Pro, Realme X7 Max, and Realme X50 Pro
The Realme Narzo series includes the Narzo 50, Narzo 50 Pro, Narzo 30 5G, and Narzo 30 Pro 5G. The Realme GT series includes the Realme GT, Realme GT ME, Realme GT 2, Realme GT 2 Pro, Realme GT Neo 2, Realme GT Neo 3 150W, and Realme GT Neo 3T. The Oppo The Reno 5G Pro, Reno 6, Reno 6 Pro, Reno 7, Reno 7 pro, and Reno The Oppo F19 Pro+, Oppo F21 Pro, Oppo F21s Pro, Oppo K10, Oppo A74, and Oppo A53s have also been updated for 5G.
5G is now available on the Vivo X50 Pro, X 60, X 60 Pro, X60 Pro+, X70, X70 Pro, X70 Pro+, X80, and X80 Pro. The Vivo V20 Expert, V21, V21e, V23, V23 Master, V23e, V25 and V25 Ace are likewise 5G prepared. Other refreshed models incorporate the Vivo T1, Vivo T1 Star and Vivo Y72.
iQOO The iQOO 7 series, the iQOO 9 series, the iQOO Z6, the IQOO Z6 Pro, the iQOO Z 6 Lite, the iQOO Z3, the iQOO Z5, the iQOO Neo 6, and the iQOO 3 are all supported by iQOO’s 5G smartphones.
The Moto Razr 5G, Edge 30 series, and Edge 20 series have all been updated by Motorola to work with 5G networks in India. The 5G networks are also supported by the Moto G62, G82, G51, and G71.
India currently has a number of other smartphones that are ready for 5G. Lava Blaze, Lava Agni, Nokia XR20, Nokia G60, Tecno Camon 19 Pro, Tecno Pova, Tecno Pova Neo, Infinix Zero, Infinix Note 12 series, and Infinix Hot 20 are among these. The Honor 50, the LG Wing, and the Asus ROG Phone series all support 5G, but a software update for them has not yet been released.
In India, will my phone support 5G?
Apple and Samsung have officially confirmed that by December, your phone in India may be compatible with a 5G network. The latest update comes at the same time that Indian authorities have started putting pressure on OEMs to use 5G networks in the country. You can look at the smartphones made by Samsung and Apple that will work with 5G in India.
Which iPhones are ready for 5G in India?
Although Apple was not one of the first companies to release software that was ready for 5G in India, the iOS 16.2 update that was released earlier this week has made all of Apple’s 5G-capable devices ready for 5G speeds. These include the iPhone SE Gen 3 in addition to the entire iPhone 12 series, iPhone 13 series, and iPhone 14 series.
When will India receive Airtel 5G plus?
Airtel 5G Plus will be available in all parts of the country by March 2024, in contrast to Jio, which has promised to roll out 5G pan-India by 2023. The following is a list of smartphones manufactured by Apple, Samsung, OnePlus, and others that currently support 5G in India:
5G connectivity is being rolled out across major Indian cities by Jio and Airtel. More than 50 cities have been connected by two of India’s most prominent telecommunications providers, and more will be added in the coming days.