Frequent call drops and low-quality voice calls is not a new thing in India. Though the technology sector in the country is booming, we still suffer from poor call and network quality.
To make some improvements in this field, major network providers like Airtel and Jio introduced the VoWiFi (WiFi Calling) feature in India.
It is a welcoming step in the right direction. VoWiFi or WiFi Calling makes use of your WiFi connection to connect calls instead of your regular mobile network in order to improve the call quality. Beneficially, this also negates the need to rely on the fluctuating network indicators.
Realme is one brand that has worked pretty hard on providing this feature for the devices in its portfolio. And as per a recent announcement by Realme, the company has claimed that all the Realme phones have been served with this feature.
Here is the announcement along with the complete official list of Realme devices that have bagged the VoWiFi feature:
As promised earlier that VoWifi feature will be available to all realme devices and now we have fulfilled it and have completed the roll-out of VoWiFi calling feature to all existing realme devices.
Here is the list of all devices which have received the VoWiFi calling feature
In January 2020
• realme X2 Pro
realme C3 , realme X50 Pro, realme 6 and realme 6 Pro supports the VoWiFi calling feature out of the Box.
Moreover, for those users, who haven’t already enabled the VoWiFi (WiFi calling) feature on your Realme device, here are some the steps to activate them on your Realme phone:
Step 1: Firstly, connect your phone to the WiFi network.
Step 2: Head over to Settings>>Sim Card & Cellular Data>>SIM Card & Mobile Data option. Tap on SIM 1 (where you have inserted the Airtel/Jio SIM).
Step 3: Select the WiFi Calling option and enable it. Make sure to select Wi-Fi calling as preferred option.
Step 4: That’s it! Whenever the VoWiFi feature is available, you will see an icon in the status bar.
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