Major smartphone manufacturers like Apple and Google are towards eSIM technology. The technology is now for Google, and we’ve seen it implemented in the Pixel 2 XL from the last year. Google continues the trend and makes the technology possible on the Pixel 3 XL. The option of having an eSIM is suitable for people who like to travel around the world. With the December update on the Pixel 3, Google is now expanding the eSIM that was once limited to the Google Fi in the US.
The December 5 security patch includes carriers including Sprint in the US, EE in the UK, Telekom, and Vodafone in Germany, Airtel and Reliance Jio in India, as well as Truphone and Gigsky. Additionally, Google did mention in a brief blog post that the company will soon begin with a program for Android phone makers to use eSIM more easily. Google has set a standard across Android phones early on, which is great.
To enable a consistent and simple experience across the ecosystem, we’re also creating a program that allows Android device makers to build eSIM-capable smartphones.
We can see right through, the boom of eSIMs that is about the take place in markets. All the smartphone makers can take advantage of saving internal space. It may cut down certain cost in the manufacturing process as well.
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