For the V and the future LTE version it will be good to explore the esim


#1

I just read an article in French (Computex 2017):
http://www.lesnumeriques.com/ordinateur-portable/computex-2017-orange-fournira-4g-sur-windows-10-n63483.html

I also put the one in English that evokes the subject of windows 10 and esim:
https://mspoweruser.com/future-windows-10-pcs-will-support-esim-technology-and-5g-networks/

It will be interesting to see if the LTE version of the V could integrate the esim, which I think is the future in the field of SIM cards in international.


#2

I would love to see eSIM become more widespread.

Unfortunately, I’m doubtful the US market (where i live) will embrace it, due to the stranglehold telecommunications companies keep on internet access and the American people.


#3

Currently eSim is not an option as its not widespread even in europe


#4

Surface Pro 2017 LTE uses eSIM, but also supports nanoSIM. So why not both?


#5

That was what i was kind of meaning that only ESIM isn’t the option as most of European carriers don’t support it at the moment :slight_smile:

So esim + nano-sim would be great.


#6

eSIM should be possible on Eve V with software share the wireless radio frequency chip withtout extra hardware ?
just with a software ugprade ?


#7

Don’t think that would be possible. The Wi-Fi chips wouldn’t support carriers bands