If I get an unlocked S10 plus from the Samsung US website (with no USA cell carrier involved), does it have dual sim?
I travel between the USA and other countries a lot, and would like to use the same phone but switch the carrier sim card to the local cell service in that country. The specs say hybrid sim, but I'm hearing it actually isn't. Is there a definite yes or no answer?
EDIT: sorry, I may have messed up with the technical language. What I mostly care about is whether or not I can use the phone anywhere when I switch to another country's cell-carrier's sim card (not USA).
Thanks in advance, from this noob.
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Hello, Can you please sugget where and how do you insert the 2nd sim?
I have S10 Unlocked baught directly from Samsung.com. Sim tray has 1 nano-sim card and microSD card slot. I have read that microSD slot is a hybrid slot but not sure how do I use it for 2nd SIM.
@LordVol If your device supports 2 SIM cards then you will insert the 2nd SIM card where the micro SD slot is. If you decide to have two SIM cards than you must sacrifice the micro SD. You either can have one SIM card and 1 micro SD or two SIM cards
Unless thise product works for you.
Be aware that they state that currently they don't have it working for the S10.
Maybe that company will come out with some equivalent, or maybe you'll need to root the phone in order for it to work. I dunno.