According to recent reports, Google is working on a feature that will allow Android 13 smartphones to support dual SIM with a single eSIM chip.
At current, a single eSIM only allows one subscriber line to be active at a time so the company is working for dual-SIM support with a single chip. Google has developed multiple enabled profiles (MEP) to allow one eSIM element to actively connect to two carriers at the same time.
Google is reportedly testing the new feature for its own Pixel series devices and could license the technology to other manufacturers. Other Android 13 features may include the support for controlling the brightness level of the flashlight and draggable notifications on the phone display in split-screen mode.