nothing new, they just use back the concept when early stages of the mobile phone where telcos register your phone serial numbers to their system.
This sounds like a real break-thought no like crapple marketing gimmick. Well done Samsung for delivering real and necessary improvements for everyday use. I hope all phones will follow the suit soon.
.DEMO, 18 Feb 2016I agree with you my dear friend. Samsung has a white ball this time around.My dear friend but why complain about his fans Apple and Samsung, and now, when we agree with them..:))))))))))))))))
.DEMO, 18 Feb 2016Say hello friend. Indeed, it is the future of mobile communications eSIM.
Best regards.Hello my friend. You see us, feel the same and welcome any good decision made by Samsung ?..:)))
Rasputin, 18 Feb 2016This technology would be introduced in all bands and frequencies allocated to the mobile opera... moreHello my dear. We are of the same opinion, eSIM, represents the next step in the evolution of electronic techniques in engineering.
.MAGIC, 18 Feb 2016eSIM will have a FUTURE in the field of electronic communications. Who will understand quickly... moreSay hello friend. Indeed, it is the future of mobile communications eSIM.
eSim is such a bad idea, there is a reason why carriers came with R-UIM on CDMA phones, built in sim cards are a nightmare.
This technology would be introduced in all bands and frequencies allocated to the mobile operators.
Future is eSim.
New wine in the old bottle? CDMA smartphones always have e-SIM and activated remotely eg. Sprint
eSIM will have a FUTURE in the field of electronic communications. Who will understand quickly, it will occupy a leading position among the manufacturers of electronic equipment.
I have a gear s2 sport 3G and it uses an eSIM. So no, the gear s2 classic is not the first device with an eSIM