Future Galaxy smartphones will use iSIM in place of eSIM.

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Just now are we starting to switch over to eSIMs from Nano SIM cards. Yet, it appears that eSIM is already prepared to be replaced by a more sophisticated technology that will reduce the size and offer better power efficiency of phones. Future Snapdragon-powered iSIM smartphones are coming, according to Qualcomm.

To demonstrate iSIM last year, the company displayed a Galaxy Z Flip 3 that had been specially customized. The business has incorporated iSIM into the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU this year. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2’s iSIM version has acquired GSMA certification and delivers the same level of security as eSIM, allaying any worries about security.

A Nano SIM is 100 times bigger than an iSIM, and it also uses a lot more power.

An iSIM is 100 times smaller than a Nano SIM card (which measures 12.3 x 8.8mm). It is found inside a CPU like the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and has a surface area of less than 1 square millimeter. Its main advantage is that it does away with the requirement for a SIM card slot, freeing up room for other features like an improved speaker or an additional vibration motor. Also, it increases the phone’s resistance to water and dust.

A Nano SIM card is 100 times larger than an iSIM (which measures 12.3 x 8.8mm). It has a surface area of less than 1 square millimeter and is found inside CPUs like the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Its biggest benefit is that it eliminates the need for a SIM card slot, freeing up space for other features like a better speaker or an extra vibration motor. Also, it improves the phone’s resilience to dust and water.

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