In recent years, telephone calls have evolved to achieve great sound quality. So much so that today we can find technologies such as VoLTE allowing us to perform high definition voice calls on our Xiaomi.
Beyond the classic GSM networks, Movistar, Vodafone and other operators have integrated this technology, derived in turn from the advantages of Internet access. Thanks to 4G or LTE networks, VoLTE guarantees a minor energy consumption compared to other technologies.
What is VoLTE and what are its advantages after activating it in a Xiaomi
In detail, VoLTE is a technology capable of transmit voice communications over the Internet. To do this, whether we have a Redmi Note 8 Pro, a Xiaomi Mi A2 or any other smartphone, our voice will be encoded in digital format, thus allowing it to be sent as packets over the network.
Thanks to its nature, VoLTE achieves the 13 kbps (a traditional call does not usually exceed 8kbps), achieving greater clarity and sharpness on voice calls.
In addition, VoLTE features a energy consumption reduced compared to other high definition voice technologies such as VoIP calls or through applications such as Skype, Viper or WhatsApp.
In summary, being a digital signal this allows it to be transmitted over WiFi or 4G LTE networks allowing the implementation of other services in order to improve the experience when making voice calls.
How to activate VoLTE on your Xiaomi
VoLTE is generally disabled on our Xiaomi smartphones. To activate VoLTE on a Xiaomi, Redmi or LITTLE BIT We will only have to carry out the following steps:
- Dial * # * # 86583 # * # *. After that we will see the message “VoLTE Carrier check was disabled“, Thus activating the VoLTE in our Xiaomi.
- Next we will go to Settings> SIM cards and mobile networks
- Once inside we will activate the option Use VoLTE.
- If our Xiaomi is a Dual SIM smartphone, the VoLTE option will be found in Settings> SIM cards and mobile networks> SIM1 / SIM2.
After activating VoLTE in our Xiaomi we can perform high-definition voice calls through 4G, LTE or WiFi networks. That if, everything will depend on our coverage and if our operator has this service.