No need for a SIM card anymore - the new feature that Android 13 brings!

 The eSIM feature is provided in the forthcoming version of the Android 13 operating system. It has been reported that the feature of using two networks with the help of a single e-SIM will be provided.

Google is set to launch its next Android version soon. Meanwhile, information and rumors about the Android 13 operating system have been circulating on the internet. In this case, there is new information about the new version of Android.

This information refers to a feature that users have been waiting for a long time. Most premium mobile phones today offer eSIM . Tech experts predict that this technology will be in all phones in the future.

It has been reported that the forthcoming version of Android 13 will provide the best technical support for that e-SIM feature. Accordingly, in one eSIM, we can use two networks.

Android 13 Update

With the eSIM technology currently in use, only one network can be connected to a single chip. Google is also trying to connect the two networks with the help of a single e-SIM chip.

Google holds the patent for this technology by 2020. The company is also expected to add this to the final release of Android 13 in the third quarter of this year.

It has been revealed that support for MEP (Multiple Enable Profiles) will be available for other devices running iOS, macOS and Windows operating systems, as mentioned in the patented application, in addition to Android 13.

Google's exclusive Pixel series smartphones are being tested for this new feature, and Google is said to have the opportunity to license other companies to this technology.

Two features of Android 13 have already been leaked online. This includes support for controlling the brightness of the flashlight and the ability to drag and drop the notification onto the split-screen.

android 13 may replace sim cards with a single esim that can give access to two networks

What is eSIM?

Do not think that e-SIM is a different kind of innovative technology. This is also a kind of SIM card. But, it is already mounted on the chipset of the smartphone. You cannot take out or replace this SIM card.

That means this e-SIM will be embedded in a smartphone before you buy it. You need to connect to the mobile operator you need. At a time when smartphones are becoming slimmer, this e-SIM card technology adds even more strength to its design.

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