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Android Q seems to add dual-stand-by to the dual sim function

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first beta version of Android Q has been released and some users are reporting dual-standby support for the dual sim function. This means that the physical sim network and the esim network can be used simultaneously on the Pixel 3 for the first time.

Twitter user Owen Williams reports that the beta version of Android Q has added dual-stand-by support to his Pixel 3. Previously, users of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 had to disable one of the sims, as there was only single stand-by functionality.

That now seems to change with the arrival of Android Q, at least for the Pixel 3. According to Owen , the functionality is still accompanied by the necessary bugs and the dual-standby function does not yet work flawlessly on his Pixel 3 device. .

Tweakers has tried out whether this feature, after implementing the beta version of Android Q, also works on the Pixel 2 smartphone. That appears not to be the case. You can switch between the two sims, but they do not work at the same time.

A month ago, XDA Developers found instructions in commits in the Android Open Source Project that better dualsim support would be added to the upcoming Pixel 4 smartphone . It would be support for two SIM card slots that can be active at the same time. This function now appears to be possible on the Pixel 3.

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