These phones support HD Voice, WiFi Calling, and 5G on AT&T

These phones support HD Voice, WiFi Calling, and 5G on AT&T

American carriers make things unnecessarily complicated when it comes to bringing your own unlocked device, and that’s usually on purpose. Even if your phone has all the necessary hardware, unless it passes some additional “certifications” to get put on the carrier’s whitelist, your perfectly capable phone won’t be able to access features like voice over LTE (VoLTE) or WiFi calling. So how can you know for sure if your new phone is compatible with your carrier? For AT&T subscribers, there’s an easy list you can check.

AT&T recently shared a complete list of devices that support various technologies on the network. The list is quite comprehensive and mentions not only the marketing name but also the model number of each device. Devices are grouped by manufacturer and the technologies they support. You can scan this list to find out if your phone supports HD Voice, WiFi Calling, Video Call, and/or Advanced Messaging on AT&T.


Why is it important to check this list? Besides knowing whether or not your phone will support faster 5G speeds on the network, you need to make sure your phone is listed as compatible with “HD Voice” or you won’t be able to make voice calls at all next year. The reason is that AT&T is planning to shut down its 3G network in February of 2022, so all voice calls will be routed over the carrier’s 4G LTE network. If your phone does not support HD Voice — AT&T’s term for VoLTE — then it won’t work after the 3G network shuts down. We previously published a list of devices that will work on the carrier after 3G shuts down, which you can check out here.

WiFi Calling support is also important but not critical to have unless you live in or work at an area where the 4G LTE signal is absolutely terrible. WiFi Calling, as its name implies, routes calls over your WiFi network instead of over AT&T’s cell towers. The list below will not only tell you if your phone supports WiFi Calling on AT&T but also if your phone supports other key technologies. If you’re only interested in whether or not your phone supports WiFi Calling, AT&T has a dedicated list you can see here.

The list also mentions a few devices that are compatible with Advanced Messaging on AT&T. Honestly, there’s no reason to care about Advanced Messaging, which is AT&T’s term for its RCS implementation. RCS, for those of you who don’t know, is basically the successor to SMS. Advanced Messaging isn’t compatible with other carriers’ RCS implementations or Google’s, so its availability is quite limited. If you really want to use the advanced messaging features of RCS, then I recommend you download the Google Messages app, turn on the Chat features, and tell your friends and family to do the same.

The last thing I wanted to talk about is AT&T’s 5G network. 5G support on AT&T mainly relies on band n5 (850MHz), but it’s also using a technology called Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) to broadcast 4G LTE and 5G on the same spectrum. If your phone supports 5G band n5 and most of AT&T’s 4G LTE bands, then you should get decent speeds on the network. Your mileage may vary, though.

List of phones that support HD Voice, WiFi Calling, and/or 5G on AT&T (Last updated May 14, 2021)


  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling, 5G
    • iPhone 12
  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling
    • iPhone 6 and newer


  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling, Video Call, Advanced Messaging
    • Galaxy S8 (SM-G950U)
    • Galaxy S8 (SM-G955U)
    • Galaxy Note8 (SM-N950U)
    • Galaxy S9 (SM-G960U)
    • Galaxy S9+ (SM-G965U)
    • Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960U)
    • Galaxy Note 10 (SM-N970U)
    • Galaxy 10 (SM-G973U)
    • Galaxy 10 (SM-G975U)
    • Galaxy 10e (SM-G970U)
  • HD Voice
    • Galaxy A51 (SM-A515U1)
    • Galaxy A50 (SM-A505U1)
    • Galaxy A21 SE (SM-A215U1)
    • Galaxy A12 SE (SM-A125U1/DS)
    • Galaxy A11 (SM-A115U1)
    • Galaxy A10e (SM-A102U1)
    • Galaxy A02 (SM-A025U1/DS)
    • Galaxy A01 (SM-A015U1)
    • Galaxy Fold (SM-F900U1)
    • Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N960U1)
    • Galaxy S9 (SM-G960U1)
    • Galaxy S9+ (SM-G965U1)
    • Galaxy S10 (SM-G973U1)
    • Galaxy S10+ (SM-G975U1)
    • Galaxy S10e (SM-G970U1)
    • Galaxy XCover Pro (SM-G715U1)
    • Galaxy Z Flip (SM-F700U1)
  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling
    • Galaxy Note 10 (SM-N970U1)
    • Galaxy Note 10+ (SM-N975U1)
    • Galaxy S10 Lite (SM-G770U1)
  • HD Voice, 5G
    • Galaxy A71 5G (SM-A716U1)
    • Galaxy A51 5G (SM-A516U1)
    • Galaxy S21 5G (G991U1)
    • Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (G998U1)
    • Galaxy S21+ 5G (G996U1)
    • Galaxy Z Fold2 5G (SM-F916U1)
  • HD Voice, 5G, WiFi Calling
    • Galaxy S20 5G (G981U1)
    • Galaxy S20+ 5G (G986U1)
    • Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (G988U1)
    • Galaxy Note20 (SM-N981U1)
    • Galaxy Note20+ (SM-N986U1)
    • Galaxy Z Flip 5G (SM-F707U1)
    • Galaxy S20 FE (SM-G781U1)
    • Galaxy A52 5G (SM-A526U1)
    • Galaxy A42 5G (SM-A426U1)
    • Galaxy A32 5G SE (SM-A326U1/DS)


  • HD Voice
    • A3X (A600DL)
    • A3 (509DL)
    • A1X (A508DL)
    • A1 (A507DL)
    • T1 Lite (T770B)
    • T1 Pro (T799B)
    • Go Flip 3 (A406DL)
    • TCL 10 SE (T766S)
    • TCL 10 Pro (T799B)
    • TCL 10L (T770B)
    • TCL 20S (T7730)


  • HD Voice
    • ROG 3 (ASUS_I003D)
    • ROG 5 (ASUS_I005D, ASUS_I005DA, ASUS_I005DC)


  • HD Voice
    • PH-1


  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling, 5G
    • Pixel 5 (GD1YQ)
    • Pixel 4a 5G (G025E)
  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling
    • Pixel 3
    • Pixel 3XL
    • Pixel 3a
    • Pixel 3a XL
    • Pixel 4a (G025J)
    • Pixel 4 (G020I, G020M, G020N)
    • Pixel 4XL (G020Q, G020P, G020J)
  • HD Voice
    • Pixel 2
    • Pixel 2 XL


  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling
    • G7 ThinQ Unlocked
    • V35 Unlocked
  • HD Voice
    • Classic Flip (L125DL)
    • G8X (LM-G850QM)
    • Journey (L322DL)
    • K51 (LM-K500QM)
    • K40 (LM-X420QN)
    • K31 (LM-K300QM)
    • K30 (LM-X320QMG)
    • G8 Thin Q (LM-G820QM)
    • LM-Q710ULM
    • Premier Pro LTE (LML414DL, LML413DL)
    • Premier Pro Plus (L455D)
    • Q70 (LM-Q620QM)
    • Rebel 4 (LML211BL)
    • Reflect (L555DL)
    • Solo LTE (L423DL)
    • Stylo 4 (LML713DL, LM-Q710ULM1)
    • Stylo 5 (LM-Q720CS, L722D, LM-Q720QM1)
    • Stylo 6 (LM-Q730QM)


  • HD Voice
    • Nord N10 (BE2026)
    • Nord N100 (BE2011, BE2013, BE2029)
    • 9 Pro 5G (LE2125)
    • 9 5G (LE2115)
    • 8T (KB, 2000, KB2001, KB2005)
    • 8 Pro (IN 2021, IN2023, IN2025)
    • 8 (IN2011, IN2013, IN 2017)
    • 8 5G (IN2010, IN2015)
    • 8 5G UW (IN2019)
    • 7T (HD1905)
    • 7 Pro (GM1917)
    • 6T (A6013)


  • HD Voice
    • One 5G (XT2075-2, XT2075-5)
    • One Fusion+ (XT2067-2)
    • One Action (XT2013-4)
    • E5 Play (XT1921-2)
    • E6 (XT2005-5)
    • Edge 5G (XT2063-2)
    • E (XT2052-1)
    • G Play (XT2093-4)
    • G Power (XT2041-4, XT2117-4, XT2117-2)
    • G Fast (XT2045-3)
    • G Stylus (XT2043-4, XT2115-1)
    • G9 Play (XT2083-1)
    • G9 Power (XT2091-4)
    • G7 (XT1962-1)
    • G7 Play (XT1952-4)
    • G7 Plus (XT1965-T)
    • G7 Power (XT1955-5)
    • G Pro (XT2043-8)
    • Z4 (XT1980-3)
    • G Play 2021 (XT2093DL)
    • G Power 2021 (XT2117-2)
  • HD Voice, 5G
    • G 5G
    • Razr 5G (XT2071-3)
    • One 5G Ace (XT2113-2)


  • HD Voice, WiFi Calling
    • Surface Duo (1930)


  • HD Voice
    • 6300 4G (TA-1324)


  • HD Voice
    • Smart Ex-02 ROW


  • HD Voice
    • MP 02


  • HD Voice
    • Xperia 5 II (XQ-AS62)
    • Xperia1 II (XQ-AT51)
    • Xperia PRO (XQ-AQ62)


  • HD Voice
    • 2E (TR20072EQ)


  • HD Voice
    • Avid 579 (Z5156CC)
    • Zmax 10 (Z6250CC)

Is your phone not listed here or on AT&T’s official list? Contact AT&T for support.

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Mishaal Rahman
Mishaal Rahman

I am the former Editor-in-chief of XDA. In addition to breaking news on the Android OS and mobile devices, I used to manage all editorial and reviews content on the Portal.

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