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diehardro

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I have Vodafone 4g but not LTE!
telekom and Vodafone.. Are lying pieces of s#it

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Does volte drain battery? Call quality is that good?

I have a small drain battery than when I had 206, but it's not bad. I think it's normal, since Oreo seems to use a little bit more RAM than Nougat, so I don't think VoLTE drains battery. Call quality is excellent with VoLTE.
 
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diehardro

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On my phone, after booting, in the very first seconds Orange send me a text message telling me that VoLTE and Wi-Fi Calling are enabled. I can not find VoLTE in the menu, but Wi-Fi Calling is under Settings > Networks > Call settings > Wi-Fi Calling.
 

Trixanity

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I have a small drain battery than when I had 206, but it's not bad. I think it's normal, since Oreo seems to use a little bit more RAM than Nougat, so I don't think VoLTE drains battery. Call quality is excellent with VoLTE.
RAM usage doesn't really impact battery life. It's CPU and network usage that will. You could argue more RAM used equals more apps and services that could use CPU time and that there is therefore a correlation but generally the way RAM works and the way Android works it's mostly irrelevant and therefore more RAM used does not equal more battery drain.

However it's still beta so there could be some optimizations lacking causing battery drain. It could be anything (wake locks, background activity, frequent syncing or even just beta telemetry and logging). Report it to Huawei if it isn't fixed after some battery cycles. Remember battery data will be useless for the first few days after an update.
 
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bayarx

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RAM usage doesn't really impact battery life. It's CPU and network usage that will. You could argue more RAM used equals more apps and services that could use CPU time and that there is therefore a correlation but generally the way RAM works and the way Android works it's mostly irrelevant and therefore more RAM used does not equal more battery drain.

However it's still beta so there could be some optimizations lacking causing battery drain. It could be anything (wake locks, background activity, frequent syncing or even just beta telemetry and logging). Report it to Huawei if it isn't fixed after some battery cycles. Remember battery data will be useless for the first few days after an update.
Very true
 

danut11

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where can I find these settings for enabling volte?there is no option under mobile network or wifi!I have Vodafone 4g network but no volte

Vodafone Romania and Telekom Romania have no voLTE. Vodafone had announced in 2014 that it would be available voLTE but gave up this idea. Of what she said is currently working on this feature, possibly to launch by the end of the year. About Telekom I do not know anything about this.
 

bayarx

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Oreo stays very good at wakelocks.. On this power manager I used to have 100% on nougat
 

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Blueshell2000

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Oh I see. I just got off the live chat with Huawei UK and they said the official update to Oreo is already being distributed to P10 lite devices in the UK in batches
 

Trixanity

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Oh I see. I just got off the live chat with Huawei UK and they said the official update to Oreo is already being distributed to P10 lite devices in the UK in batches
I kinda find that hard to believe. Two reasons: first level support usually knows nothing about these things. The second reason being that it would be pointless to roll out a beta program that's barely begun if the build was already RTM ready. You can also add to the list that nobody is reporting it anywhere.

Of course there's a slight chance I'm wrong but I'm quite confident that the customer rep was spouting nonsense as usual.
 
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    UPDATE 4: OTA is now active (beta)

    UPDATE 3: They accepted my request, Beta joined

    UPDATE 2: At the moment, confirmed in France, Germany and Spain

    UPDATE: You must have B206 to join the beta, screenshot of the requirement added in latest post


    Registrations for Oreo Beta program for the p10-lite now allowed using Huawei beta app (European Models), you can use HwFut_2.2.25 apk
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    This is basically the experience with Huawei updates
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    No update yet over here in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
    I guess we will get it sometimes next year...

    I read that in Serbia its already rolling out, so it should be close
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    I had a chat with a Huawei Customer from Romania and I found out this things:
    • The update will come to all versions of Huawei P10 Lite ( no matter if is single or dual sim, or if he have 3GB of RAM or 4GB ), at least in Romania.
    • The update will come in ascending order by IMEI number, so some models will not receive the update at the same time.

    I attach the screenshots here. Is in Romanian, so if you want to understand use Google Translate.

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    **btw sorry for my bad english.