The eSIM is a new solution for the connectivity and the same technology is already available in the market but it seems that the new eSIM connectivity is going to get a huge user base later this year as it is reported that the Mountain View company Google is working on this particular setup. So without making any further delay let’s get into the article to check out the complete details.
According to the latest information, the search engine giant Google is working to implement a feature named Multiple Enabled Profiles (MEP) and the same will be available in the upcoming version of the Android Operating System called Android 13. It will enable multiple SIM profiles in a single eSIM. The upcoming feature will enable smartphone brands to carry out things easily as they don’t require to have two eSIM elements or use a combination of eSIM and physical nano-SIM card slot.
It will be software-based which means the upcoming setup will be implemented on the existing smartphones as well. There is no information about the availability of the feature at this moment but it is believed that the company will implement the same on the upcoming version of the Android operating system and that is Android 13.
Google is expected to roll out the upcoming Android 13 around the late days of August or in the early days of September this year as it is the usual launching timeline of the new version of the Android Operating System.
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