The update additionally adds Dual SIM Dual Standby capability to the model.
You would now be able to utilize an eSIM with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in case you’re a T-Mobile subscriber. The carrier has rolled out an update for the model that adds eSIM support to the telephone, permitting you to utilize your number without having to slot in a physical SIM.
It very well may be valuable in the event that you have two lines, or in case you’re traveling and need the physical slot for an international SIM. Despite the fact that the technology has been around for a long time, it still not as commonly utilized as actual SIMs in the US, since not very many telephones support it.
As per XDA Developers, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the first Samsung phone in North America to offer eSIM capability on account of this update. In the US, the lone different options that permit you to ditch physical SIMs are iPhones and Google’s Pixel phones.
There are numerous different models, for example, the Galaxy S21, that can in fact utilize advanced SIMs, however transporters should empower the element first before supporters can utilize it.
T-Mobile initially turned on eSIM support for the iPhone in 2018 and has empowered the feature for Pixel devices since then. In the event that you haven’t initiated an eSIM for your number at this point, look at T—Mobile’s help page for instructions you can follow.
In light of a screen capture posted on Reddit, the update additionally adds Dual SIM Dual Standby capability to the gadget. That implies you can utilize two actual SIMs with it, however one will stay latent while the other is being used.