The new virtual SIM cards offer very interesting advantages over conventional SIM cards. It’s important that the devices are adapted to suit your convenience, and the Doogee MIX and MIX 2 are now compatible.
A few days ago we learned that these two full screen smartphones from the Chinese company will be able to operate 4G networks in more than 100 countries. We now know more details about this good news for all users who have one of these Doogee models.
Doogee MIX and MIX 2: the first ones compatible with eSIM
Because MediaTek has developed the technology needed to support eSIM, Doogee MIX and Doogee MIX 2 are the first to be supported. This is because they both mount processors signed by the company. Specifically, the Octa-core Helium P25 and the FinFET manufacturing process of 16 nanometers.
Virtual SIM cards are the future, as they represent a major leap forward. Among its virtues, it stands out the compatibility with 4G networks of 200 servers in more than 100 countries. This way it is possible to get a fast connection with the convenience of not having to change SIM or buy a new one explicitly for the occasion.
In addition, eSIMs allow you to change carriers in just a few seconds, something that is undoubtedly much more comfortable than the conventional way. So, being the first smartphones to support this technology, the Doogee MIX and MIX 2 are even more attractive.
Apart from the advantage of being the first smartphones to support virtual SIM, both are devices with interesting features. The Doogee MIX features a 5.5-inch AMOLED display, while the MIX 2 grows to 5.99-inch. In both cases, the panels are bevelless and feature premium designs.
The MIX has been on the market for some time and its price is very competitive. The Chinese brand also has the MIX Lite in its catalogue, which is compact, with dual camera and frameless. For its part, the MIX 2 has a planned release for next month, and will boast powerful specifications, which you can see in this article. Good devices with excellent value for money.