As previously reported, the first batch of Digital Nasional Berhad’s (DNB) 5G sites has been turned on in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, and Cyberjaya. DNB 5G network is now readily available for Yes customers on selected postpaid and prepaid plans while unifi Mobile postpaid customers will also be able to utilise the 5G network soon, pending further announcement from TM.
However, there is another part of the puzzle that you have to sort out before you can surf the 5G wave and that is your phone. Alongside the coverage map, DNB has also released a list of phones that are able to support its 5G network.
So, here is how the list looks like, as of today:
Honor: Honor 50
Huawei: Mate 30 Pro 5G, Mate 40 Pro, Mate XS, Nova 7, Nova 7SE, P40, P40 Pro, P40 Pro +
Nokia: Nokia X20
Oppo: A74 5G, Findx2, Findx2 Pro, Findx3 Pro, Reno5, Reno5 Pro, Reno6, Reno6 Pro, Reno6 Z
Realme: RM 7 5G, RM 8 5G, RM GT Master Edition, RM GT Neo 2, RM X50 Pro, RM X7 Pro
vivo: V20 Pro, V21, V21 5G, V23 5G, V23e 5G, X50, X50 Pro, X70, X70 Pro, Y76 5G, X60
Xiaomi: 10T, 11 Lite 5G NE, 11T, 11T Pro, Mi10, Mi10 Pro, Mi10T Pro, Mi11, Mi11Ultra, Poco F2 Pro, Poco F3, Poco M3 Pro 5G, Poco M4 Pro 5G, Poco X3 GT, Redmi Note 10 5G
ZTE: Axon 30, Axon 30 Ultra
As you may notice, some of the well-known 5G devices such as the iPhone 12 Series and iPhone 13 Series are not part of the list. We are going to discuss the subject in a subsequent report, so stay tuned for that coming your way soon.
UPDATE (19 December): The original list includes Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. However, DNB’s representative has just informed us that Samsung phones still not able to support DNB’s 5G network at the moment.