I cannot say for certain when or if support specifically for the S20 will come.
We currently offer eSIM support for the following Samsung devices:
But why has it not been supported for so long? It's not serious, guys. It has hardware and software support from Samsung and only you do cut this functionality out!
If you decide to do this, there are no downsides.
Please be careful about giving advice and claiming there are no downsides.
If you flash unapproved firmware, you could void your manufacturer's warranty and could potentially disable network features such as VoLTE.
As per Samsung's Warranty: "The warranty is invalidated if the defect is caused (howsoever) by misuse, neglect, and tampering or incorrect adjustment." Samsung Product Warranty Information | Samsung CA
We strongly suggest for you to only root or flash your device if you are confident that you understand the risks involved.
Welcome to the Rogers Community Forums and thank you for joining the conversation. Our current list of know supported devices are:
• iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max or later with iOS 12.1 or later
• Google Pixel 3A and Google Pixel 3A XL and later
• Samsung Note20 series, Samsung Galaxy S21 series, Samsung Galaxy S22 series, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4; with Android 12 OS or later
You can check the manufacturer’s website for SIM card compatibility as well.