Honor View 10 VoWiFi (WiFi calling) support enabled for India with April security update, Huawei Assistant & Smart Charging also added
Rejoice! Because as per recent reports, one more device has been ticked off from the list of Honor phones receiving the VoWiFi (WiFi calling) feature. Notably, the Honor View 10 is receiving a new security update that triggers the VoWiFi on the device.
The Honor View 10 that also goes by the name Honor V10 in China, is picking up the April 2020 security update that alongside the WiFi calling feature, also brings Huawei Assistant and Smart Charging feature for the device.
Well, the VoWiFi feature for the Honor View 10 was slated to arrive, as per one of our reports, somewhere in mid-May. But, the fans have been treated with the update, a little earlier.
The update arrives with version number 10.0.0175 and weighs in around 725 MB in size. Here is the complete changelog of this latest update received on the Honor View 10.
– Enables the VoWiFi feature for certain carriers.
– Integrates Android security patches released in April 2020 for improved system security.
Talk about the Smart Charging feature that this new update brings, uses the device’s built-in AI capabilities to learn and adapt to the usage patterns of the user. This ultimately helps in slowing down the battery charging to 100% as per the usage.
For example, if this mode is enabled, when the device is put on charging, it will slow down once it reaches 80% and will slow down the charging rate to 100% to prevent the battery from overnight charging.
As far as the Huawei Assistant is concerned, it is a personal assistant that lets you search for apps or any information either locally via installed apps or using the internet to provide you with information when you need them.
Now, with this update, Honor View 10 (aka Honor V10) joins the likes of Honor 9N, Honor 9 Lite, Honor View20, Honor Play, Honor 20i, Honor 9X, Honor 8X, Honor 10 Lite, on which the VoWiFi (WiFi Calling) feature has been enabled.
For other devices, Honor is yet to push the update as it is still under development. We will keep you posted once the update is out for more devices.
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