The New Google Phone Doesn’t Use a SIM Card
Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the company’s newest smartphones, but they don’t exactly break the mold. But one cool feature inside the Pixel 2 is absent from every smartphone released so far: embedded SIM (also known as eSIM) support. Inside your smartphone is a subscriber identification module, or SIM card. The minuscule card, like the Nano SIM in your latest smartphone, is responsible for associating your device with your wireless carrier’s cellular network, granting you access to whatever plan you’re paying for. Some eSIM devices are assigned to a particular carrier, same as traditional SIM cards.
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