Every phone user knows how sometimes irritating it is swapping SIM cards between the phones. You not only have to watch out for fragile SIM slots but sometimes also need a special adapter to achieve the task since smartphones today support different types of SIMs, such as mini or nano SIM cards. However, if to believe recent reports, this problem may soon get solved since mobile manufacturers joined their efforts and get rid of the traditional plastic SIM cards from mobile industry and replace them with one embedded SIM also known as e-SIM in short.
Pretty much everyone knows that in order to perform its most basic functions a GSM cell phone needs a SIM card. The card hooks the phone to a designated network in this way allowing you to make calls, send texts and access data. Not everyone is aware, however, that there are various types of SIM cards. Today the most popular are: Standard SIM, Micro SIM and Nano SIM. The cards differ in size, but even if you happen to pick up a wrong size, it is possible to convert it to fit into your phone.