Honor 9 lite WiFi calling (VoWiFi) feature coming soon

Honor 9 lite smartphone users are receiving the latest security patch updates but still, no WiFi calling (VoWiFi) feature. Wi-Fi Calling is also known as the Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi), Voice over wireless LAN is the use of a wireless broadband network according to the IEEE 802.11 standards for the purpose of vocal conversation.

It enables users to use smartphones that support VoWiFi to dial numbers to use voice or video calls when a Wi-Fi connection is available.

According to Huawei’s official response, VoWiFi calling features is under development and it will be available soon. Here’s the reply, 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 HiCare App for more information. We appreciate your understanding and patience.


Both end-users and those in the mobile industry will benefit from Voice over Wi-Fi.


  • Can make calls without the need for a mobile signal.
  • Benefit from security being based on SIM-based authentication as for VoLTE; and
  • Experience better indoor coverage.


  • Revenue opportunities;
  • Leverage existing SIM-based security and authentication as for VoLTE;
  • Gain the opportunity to access IMS-based services via Wi-Fi access;
  • Issue a single bill for the user for all IMS-based services across different access types.

The Honor 9 Lite features a 5.65-inch full-HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) IPS display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It has a four-camera sensor on the front and back sides.

The dual camera setups on the front and back have 13-megapixel primary and 2-megapixel secondary camera sensors alongside a rear-facing LED flash and PDAF autofocus system.

Moreover, it has an octa-core Huawei HiSilicon Kiri 659 SoC, paired with 3GB and 4GB RAM versions.

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