{Disarmed} Qualcomm wants to end physical SIM cards in mobile phones: this is the new iSIM

Qualcomm wants to end physical SIM cards in mobile phones: this is the new iSIM

We have been using a SIM card for years and years to be able to connect our smartphone to the network offered by the different telephone companies no matter where we are. In fact, since the arrival on the market of the first mobile phones, the format of this card has changed considerably, going from SIM to mini-SIM , then to nano-SIM , finally becoming e-SIM in 2016. .

This latest move hasn't had much of an impact on the market so Qualcomm has joined other companies like Thales , Vodafone and Samsung to create the first smartphone that can connect to a mobile network using an iSIM card, a technology that directly integrates this connection in the processor itself, leaving aside its embedding in the motherboard as we did until now with the e-SIM.

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Greater connection capacities and a more usable internal design

In this case, each of the members of this quartet has had its clear influence when making this technology as we can read through Gizchina : Samsung provided the Galaxy Z Flip 3 for testing. Qualcomm incorporated the well-known Snapdragon 888 processor . Thales is the iSIM expert and finally Vodafone provides the necessary mobile network.

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Therefore, we can figure out that each of these companies put their grain of sand when developing the first smartphone that integrates this technology, all of them complying with the regulations established by the GSMA , thus allowing any other existing mobile operator can access and implement this technology from now on.

In addition, something interesting about this technology is that it provides many benefits when it comes to incorporating it. The most important is undoubtedly the versatility when manufacturing a smartphone, since by not having a physical connection as such for a SIM card, this space can be used for other components or make a more compact design of the equipment in question. .

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Other advantages that are evident with this technology are the following:

  • Any operator can take advantage of 100% of the previously created eSIM infrastructure to provide each user with this service remotely
  • It opens the possibility for phones that did not have access to incorporate eSIM technology to be able to integrate this tool

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