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SIM card format and size comparison

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Compare the different SIM format described in the specifications: Full-size vs Mini-SIM vs Micro-SIM vs Nano-SIM vs Embedded-SIM.

Thanks to Apple and it's iPhone versions, there is now several SIM sizes used in our smartphones or tablets. The iPhone 4 made the microSIM size widely used, several other manufacturer adopted this format. Now the iPhone 5 introduced the NanoSIM size, which is even smaller.

The iPhone XS and iPhone XR introduced the eSIM format along a NanoSIM to support dual SIM.

To have a visual size comparison of the SIM formats, don't forget to click on the chart icon in the top left corner of the table.

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Full-sizeMini-SIMMicro-SIMNano-SIMEmbedded-SIM
Vista frontal
Same contact as full sizeNo soldered
Form factor1FF2FF3FF4FF
Standard referenceISO/IEC 7810:2003, ID-1ISO/IEC 7810:2003, ID-000ETSI TS 102 221 V9.0.0, Mini-UICCETSI TS 102 221 V11.0.0JEDEC Design Guide 4.8, SON-8
Devices using it(credit card size)Early mobile phonesiPhone 4iPhone 5iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR
Dimensiones
Altura85.6 mm25 mm15 mm12.3 mm6 mm
Ancho53.98 mm15 mm12 mm8.8 mm5 mm
Profundidad0.76 mm0.76 mm0.76 mm0.67 mm1 mm less than
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Compare the different SIM format described in the specifications: Full-size vs Mini-SIM vs Micro-SIM vs Nano-SIM vs Embedded-SIM
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  • Alexis on 2018-12-13 21:42:16

    @dave5x
    The ORBITEL 901 was one of the first "mobile" phone to use sim cards:
    imei.info/...
    But this website says it use the mini-SIM formats.
    The full-size format is the default smart card dimensions. It might not have been used inside a real phone.

  • dave5x on 2018-12-13 20:50:08

    Beautiful. The full-size one reminds me of the 8" floppy disks of yore. I'd like to see sample pictures of a few devices that used the full-size SIM card.