Oppo’s mid-range smartphones are popular among the masses for providing a good price-to-specs ratio. And in the recent past, the company has been able to churn up good mid-rangers at a decent price range as well. Take the Oppo K3 as an example.
Not only the Chinese OEM has become efficient in delivering good products, Oppo is slowly, but considerably improving in one of the important fronts of being a smartphone manufacturer, i.e. rolling out new updates timely and speedily.
We have reported in the past where the company has shifted gears in rolling out the Android 10 (ColorOS 7) update for a bunch of its devices. Side by side, it is also busy with pushing VoWiFi updates for the Indian variants.
For the Oppo K3, the VoWiFi (WiFi Calling) update was coined to be arriving along with the Android 10 (ColorOS 7) update, which came as music to ears for the Oppo K3 users, as they are awaiting the Android 10 based ColorOS 7 on their device for long.
Back in April, the Android 10 beta recruitment for the Indian variants of the Oppo K3 kicked off and the update is already available for the registered users.
Fast forward to now, a new update comes in as a delight for the Oppo K3 users, because, it bundles the Android 10 (ColorOS 7) update and also triggers the VoWiFi (WiFi Calling) feature for the K3 units.
The new Android 10 (ColorOS 7) update for the Oppo K3 arrives with the version number C.02 and weighs in around 467 MB. This new update also fixes a camera bug, as well as an audio issue.
Here is what the complete changelog reads:
– Improved system performance and stability.
– Fixed an issue where portraits would appear dim and the background would look grey or overexposed when shot in HDR mode.
– Fixed an issue where the audio in iQiyi videos would not play for the first two seconds when you used earphones for playback
And as we have mentioned above, this update also enables the VoWiFi (WiFi Calling) feature on the Oppo K3. For your reference, check out the attached image below:
The update is live for the users in India and has been pushed via OTA in a staggered manner. So, it will take time to hit all the units. You can check the software updates on your device by heading over to Settings, and see if the update is available for you.
Let us know in the comments below, if you received this update and whether it enabled the VoWiFi feature on your Oppo K3 or not?
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