hoping to get my phone fixed after the major screwup of android 12, I was considering getting an eSIM for my third line that I currently use on another phone.
I was wondering, if I have two physical SIM and one eSIM, can I select which one of them keep active (with the limit of two active at the same time, of course)? Or adding an eSIM will disable the second physical SIM?
Thanks. I did have a look on google, but I can't find any exact information for the S21. eSIMs, phone supporting them and operators that allows them seem to be still something a bit new.
I don't have an eSIM yet 😁
I can change between the two physical SIM, but since I read that, even with eSIM, the limit of maximum two lines active remain, I was wondering what happens when you have also the two SIMs in the phone. It's written that you can chose between eSIMs (up to five on the same phone, for some model), but there is a bit of conflicting information about how to deal with the real SIMs.
"You can use up to 2 SIMs on your Galaxy S21 devices. This means 2x physical nano-SIMs or 1 physical nano-SIM + eSIM). "
Aha, great! Thanks!
No, you just add eSIM. S21 does support them, and a few providers already offer them.