Honor 10 Lite Now Has VoWiFi Support
Honor 10 Lite is the latest in the list of smartphones to have received the February 2020 security patch, which promises to bring fixes for some known vulnerabilities. The device has now started receiving a new EMUI update which brings February security patch. However, what is going to entice users the most is the support for VoWiFi calling features that this security patch brings to the table.
To recall, Airtel was the first to enable VoWiFi calling feature for its subscribers in India, followed immediately by Reliance Jio. With Voice over WiFi or VoWiFi, smartphones users can make normal voice calls using their WiFi network as opposed to standard airwaves. The WiFi calling feature is primarily seen as a way to improve indoor calling experience. With networks struggling indoors, the VoWiFi feature is seen as a way to bridge the gap. The release of this update for Honor 10 Lite was first detailed by an Honor Club user.
While the VoWiFi feature is the big addition to Honor 10 Lite, the update also brings security fixes. The February 2020 security patch brings fixes for two critical and 20 high levels of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE). One of the critical vulnerabilities known as CVE-2020-0022 or BlueFrag has also been fixed with this update. This vulnerability allows a remote attacker to execute silent code on the device. The threat could have led to data theft and spread of malware.
Honor 10 Lite is getting VoWiFi support and February security patch as part of EMUI version 10.0.0.175 release. The update is 0.93GB in download size and is recommended that you update over a WiFi network. Honor 8X is also expected to get this update soon while Honor Play is tipped to get VoWiFi with March security update. You can get the update by heading to Settings >> System & updates >> Software update >> CHECK FOR UPDATES. Once you see the update, click on Download and install. You can also get this update via HiCare support app.