The Pixel 3 Will Soon Be Available With eSIM On EE

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Google is touting improved camera capture performance for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3, which is also part of the RAM management fix. This would prevent apps running in the background from being shut down abruptly.

Internet search giant Google has announced that it is now rolling out e-SIM support for latest handsets - Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The update should be available on your Pixel today.

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The key advantage of eSIM connectivity is the enabling of multi-SIM access on the Google Pixel 3 range. Some users reported that music playing in the background would stop when they took a picture - that's how bad the Pixel 3 was at handling RAM. The update has been released as an over the air update and it should be available for you handset as of now.

Express.co.uk recently reviewed the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL saying: "These Google-powered devices are fast, feature-packed and offer the ultimate experience for those who want pure Android power". You should see it with the others I mentioned. The app looks like an updated version of the Sounds menu found in the Pixel Settings.

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There's also plenty of other fixes onboard as well, including improvements for the Pixel 2 and 3's camera, notification visibility while using the Pixel Stand, Android Auto, Always-On display triggering, USB-C audio accessory compatibility, and Bluetooth.

Google is working to simplify the process of you going out to get a SIM card and trying it to insert into your smartphone, instead, scanning the eSIM makes it hassle-free.

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