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  1. So No IGG, in the Netherlands Pre-ordered 2019-06-13 Ordernr. 173## Received payment link on 2019-07-31 Paid by CC on 2019-08-02 Received stock assigned yesterday (2020-01-20 at 12:43 local time) Received tracking e-mail and txt today (2020-01-21 at 10:44 local time) Expected delivery here in NL, sometime this friday 2020-01-24. EDIT: Ordered me a qwerty keyboard
  2. Pretty sure I wouldn't have much trouble to convince my wife that we should do little city trip to London (from the Netherlands)....😃
  3. Thanks Erik, looks like things might be stabilizing and slowly ramping up. Looking at the margins you mention in relation to the number of weeks before Christmas, hitting general availability before Christmas may or may not happen. I hope that pans out in a way that works for FxTec, in terms of not missing (too much) of the holiday sales season.
  4. Then you could maybe even go crazy with the Frankenstein solution suggested by @Swond and @EskeRahn in the speculation thread and have esim + dual sim + microsd 😄. Really have no idea what you would use it all for or why you would want it, ... because you can? 😋
  5. So I'm posting this in General because this is purely a matter of curiosity on my part, and I'm still (im)patiently 😉 waiting for all the logistics and production issues to pass so I can receive my device, so wouldn't really call it a support item. Does the Pro1 have esim support? And if not, is this something that could be enabled at a later stage with a software update? Some phones with the Snapdragon 835 SoC support esim, but not all of them: https://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=8733&idPhone2=8647&idPhone3=8523#*,*,g955u https://www.manninfotech.net/lenovo-launched-miix-630-with-a-qualcomm-snapdragon-835/ - Would this be because They are variations on top of the same base SoC? i.e. SD835 is compatible with eSim it but its not part of the SD835 SoC as such. The Soc is capable of it but not all vendors/oems choose to implement it on the software side? (Possible motivations below) Development costs outweigh the perceived benefit or value of the extra feature. Staying friendly with Telco's, who as I gather are not too keen on eSim - because it will effectively lower the transaction cost of changing providers for consumers. Effectively contributing to reduction of perceived value or benefit as mentioned in the above point. The following code snippet shows part of the software implementation, I think, but I don't know to what extent this is dependent on the underlying hardware (see the first possible explanation above) <!-- Number of physical SIM slots on the device. This includes both eSIM and pSIM slots, and is not necessarily the same as the number of phones/logical modems supported by the device. For example, a multi-sim device can have 2 phones/logical modems, but 3 physical slots, or a single SIM device can have 1 phones/logical modems, but 2 physical slots (one eSIM and one pSIM) --> <integer name="config_num_physical_slots">2</integer> Source: https://review.lineageos.org/c/LineageOS/android_device_oneplus_msm8998-common/+/237480/1/overlay/frameworks/base/core/res/res/values/config.xml I'm completely fine with regular sim so at this point in time the issue is purely academic to me, but I'm curious anyway 😁.
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