Honor 7X VoWiFi (WiFi calling) feature enabled for India via the latest update; under development for Honor 7A
Huawei is known for providing interesting features to its devices in the form of feature updates, OS upgrades, and even Android security updates. While at times some of these features may go unnoticed, most of them are actually quite handy like the VoWiFi (WiFi calling) feature.
The VoWiFi feature arrived for Honor 9 Lite with the April security update. Also, Huawei provided the Honor View 10, View 20, Mate 20 X, and Honor 20 with the VoWiFi feature back in May. Now, there are a bunch of Huawei and Honor devices that support this feature and among them, the Honor 7X.
Huawei is rolling out a new update for Honor 7X in Inida which enables the VoWiFi (WiFi calling) feature for the device. Also, the new update brings the June security patch to the device along with the Smart Charge mode, Huawei Assistant, and Smart Battery capacity features.
Many users have taken to the Honor community to provide information about the latest Honor 7X VoWiFi update. It appears that users are quite happy after receiving the update. However, an official announcement from the OEM is yet to come but the update is currently live.
Moreover, the Honor 7A was also slated to get the VoWiFi feature in a future update. An Honor support professional has recently stated that the feature is under development. Here’s the comment from the Honor support professional:
Thank you for reaching out to us. We would like to inform you that VoWiFi calling features is under development. We request you to kindly stay tuned to our official pages or Support (HiCare) App for more information. We appreciate your understanding and patience.
It appears that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is striving to deliver the most essential updates to its users. Meanwhile, you check out our dedicated Honor and Huawei sections for more such stories.
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