VoWiFi has been slowly but surely rolling out to more and more devices over the past couple of months. Realme, Samsung and Nokia, among other OEMs have been pushing out updates to their devices to enable this feature.
Nokia already has this feature enabled in a handful of its devices and today the company is adding yet another device to its list of devices with support for VoWiFi.
Nokia 3.1 Plus recently got an update to Android 10. While many were simply elated by the arrival of this much-awaited firmware update to their devices, it was not immediately clear just how many new enhancements and features came built into Android 10 for this device.
Upon digging into the system menu, Nokia 3.1 Plus users have been pleasantly surprised to learn that Nokia enabled the VoWiFi or WiFi Calling feature with this update on their devices.
As more and more users continue to notice this feature on their recently-updated devices, the reports of this continue to trickle in with the users ever more excited about this.
With this, Nokia adds the Nokia 3.1 Plus to its list of devices that have VoWiFi enabled. At the time of writing, the list included the likes of the;
This list is only set to grow as the OEM continues to enable this feature on more of its devices, or updating its Android 10-eligible devices that haven’t quite been updated yet like the Nokia 5.1 Plus.
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