Hi, been a lifelong Samsung Galaxy user and I have just switched over to Huawei Mate 20 Pro. I'm on EE network and mobile signal is very limited where I live. All other network providers are the same, I'm just on the wrong side of hill, behind the mast.
Anyway, the WiFi calling function on the Samsung, uses only the WiFi to make calls. Regardless of signal strength.
Huawei, however, appears to use both EE network AND WiFi network. It switches between both networks during a call, depending on which is strongest. My dilemma is that the phone will disconnect my call as my mobile network isn't strong enough for calls. Why this happens I don't know, as my WiFi signal around my home is strong in every room. But the icon in top left corner always shows the mobile signal and operator when a call is disconnected, instead of showing WiFi calls. So it's obviously switching.
I cannot find any option to disable the network usage when WiFi calling activated.
Is there an update due where it will give users the option?
If not, the phone will have to go back as I have 12 days left to return the handset.