We Won’t Need Physical SIM Cards Soon

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We Won’t Need Physical SIM Cards Soon

The iSIM concept is being shown by leading industry pioneers Vodafone, Qualcomm Technologies, and the French multinational corporation Thales. The iSIM is a novel technology that allows a SIM card to be integrated into a device’s main processor and complies with GSMA regulations. One of the most essential features of the iSIM is that it eliminates the requirement for a dedicated SIM slot while yet delivering all of the benefits of an eSIM.

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Once achieved, this milestone will open the path for the technology’s commercialization, allowing the notion to be implanted in a slew of new products that will connect to mobile services via iSIM. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3, which was tested on Vodafone’s network, served as proof of concept for the firms.

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Wearables, laptops, tablets, VR, and IoT devices could all benefit from this new technology, which includes all of the benefits of an eSIM, such as remote SIM provisioning by carriers without sacrificing valuable space.

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However, there is no word on when the much-anticipated iSIM gadgets would be available for purchase by the general public.

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