An embedded SIM, or eSIM, cannot be removed. It is a programmable SIM card that is firmly connected (soldered) to the smartphone motherboard. Although it serves the same purposes as a removable SIM card, it cannot be removed physically—at least not without taking apart the phone and unsoldering the chip.
However, according to theory, eSIM technology actually makes switching carriers even simpler. You can switch carriers right on your phone by entering information from your carrier, often just by scanning a QR code with your smartphone's camera, instead of having to wait for a new SIM card to arrive or go to a nearby store to buy one. If your smartphone has an eSIM inside, you can choose from a variety of options in the settings.
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