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No slide!  Android 13 may allow multiple numbers on the device

No slide! Android 13 may allow multiple numbers on the device

Android 13 will be released in the second half of this year (2022), at least that’s Google’s promise. One goal is to make it possible for a user to have multiple phone numbers on a single device. In this case, this would be possible without the need for multiple chipsets in the smartphone compartments.

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And the news spread through the publication of the journalist specialized in the subject, Mishaal Al-Rahman. According to him, the resource will have a name: Multiple Profiles Enabled, or in Portuguese it will be Multiple Profiles Enabled (translation is free and literal).

Android 13 will allow multiple SIM profiles in just one

According to Rahman’s information, the tool is able to aggregate many SIM records into just one eSIM (digital SIM). Therefore, this will be a concrete step to put an end to the existence of mobile chipsets. After all, the phone lines will be compressed by default inside the device through the eSIM.

Another advantage is that this concept or feature, if you prefer, has been owned by Google for two years. The technology company patented a digital multi-SIM card in 2020. However, so far, Google has not made any official announcement.

Rumors surrounding the release of Android 13

In other words, the truth is that many enabled profiles are still just rumors surrounding the release of Android 13. There is no official confirmation from Google regarding the feature release.

The truth is that users will be happy to be able to have multiple numbers on just one device. Companies dealing with messaging apps in particular can centralize the service on a few devices. However, it is still necessary to understand how resource management works.

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Although the news is shocking, taking care of multiple contacts in just one call cell phone It seems, to say the least, baffling. The fact is that the problem of “badly inserting a chip” will permanently end the use of an eSIM, for example.