Wednesday, October 18, 2017

SIM cards have the days counted


If there is a member that is indissolubly attached to a mobile terminal, it is undoubtedly the SIM card. We have seen it transformed until it reaches the standardized nanoSIM. However, its end may be coming up with the development of a very interesting technology.
The new Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have what's called an eSIM, essentially an integrated SIM card that can be turned on and off on the fly to emulate a physical SIM card.
With these new phones it will take only a few seconds to switch between the use of any SIM card is in the Google Pixel 2 and 2XL, and the Google Fi project , an interesting initiative of the Mountain View and that is no more than a kind of virtual operator thinking about mobility .

Available now in the Play Store

If you intend to give Project Fi an opportunity when it is available in our country , for the moment only in the United States, all you need is to download the project application Fi from your Google Pixel 2 or Google 2 XL. Set up your account, and it will be recognized that the phone has an eSIM. It takes only a couple of minutes to assign the phone number and enable the service, and you're ready to go. It's that easy.
The advantage of the eSIM is obvious, you can change operators in a few seconds without having to make a physical change of card, mainly because it no longer exists. And Google, with its terminals Pixel 2 and 2 XL have taken the step to make this a reality, being able to download the eSIM application from the Play Store, and yes, you can do it already in Spain.
Therefore, we will see the steps that follow from Cupertino. We do not know yet if this project will have its replica in Apple , and in case of addressing it, how they will do it to make it even better than Google. The idea promises and looks fantastic. What will be the next movement?
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