Oppo is now rolling out an OTA update that provides support to VoWiFi for Oppo F11 and Oppo F11 Pro.
VoWiFi is one such evolution in the mobile world, where despite advancements in technology, people always face network connectivity issues. This feature uses WiFi to transmit communication and requires the support of both OEM and carriers to work.
In India, Airtel is the first carrier to facilitate Voice over WiFi feature to its subscribers back in December. A month later, Jio has also come up with this feature. Several OEMs have started supporting this feature, such as Realme, which provided VoWiFi support to almost all its devices where recently Realme 2 and C1 got support to this feature and also Redmi.
Now Oppo also has joined this group by adding the VoWiFi support to its devices. Earlier reports stated that the Oppo F11 and the F11 Pro would get support for VoWiFi along with the ColorOS 7 update, but it did not happen when the ColorOS 7 hit these two devices.
However, finally now this OTA update with build number CPH1969EX_11_C.21 is bringing support to VoWiFi along with April 2020 Android security patch. The size of this latest VoWiFi for Oppo F11 and Oppo F11 Pro update is about 400MB.
To recall, the other devices to get VoWiFi support include Oppo Reno 2Z, Oppo F9, and Oppo F9 Pro. However, the devices that currently do not provide support to this feature but expected in the near future are Oppo K3, Oppo 10x Zoom, Oppo A9, and Oppo A5. The company has also provided a customer help page on the VoWifi feature.