AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ gets VoLTE support
Our smartphones have become very capable today. We use them for everything from keeping in touch with friends and family on social media, to consuming media or reading the news but they are still phones so we also use them to make calls.
In recent times, we have seen innovations like Voice over WiFi (VoWiFi) and Voice over LTE (VoLTE) that promise to deliver better call quality and experience to supported devices.
The only problem is that these features are not universally available. To have VoLTE working, you need a device whose hardware supports it, software that supports it, and lastly, a carrier that supports it.
Samsung has been pretty steadfast in enabling VoLTE on its devices and most recent devices from the company support it. In the US, the Galaxy Note 10+ supports this feature with one exception, the AT&T model.
Why is @ATT the only carrier that doesn’t allow volte and wireless calling when I use an unlocked @SamsungMobileUS Galaxy Note 10 plus purchased from
@SamsungMobile? Do I need to switch carriers? Why are you crippling unlocked phones?
Much to the frustration of the AT&T Galaxy Note 10+ users, their device has, for a while now, been the only one that doesn’t support VoLTE. Luckily, it seems as though this is coming to an end.
According to some users, the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ has finally gotten support for VoLTE.
With this move, all Galaxy Note 10+ now support some form of VoLTE feature that is being offered by the respective carriers. The Galaxy Note 10+ remains one of the best Samsung devices to date and so it makes sense that it should support all the latest features a carrier has to offer.
We can only hope to see the same level of consistency in support from other Android phone makers in the future.
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