Multiple features missing

KhurramKhurram Level 1
edited September 2020 in ZenFone 6
Summary - Direct video call, WPS, reverse charging
WPS this is a feature we can see in a very low budget devices but this feature is missing from Asus 6z. 
Next thing is direct video call over VoLTE on jio network provider which is very important or we can find in every phone easily but this is also missing from Asus 6z 
Reverse charging highlighted feature in the launch event but i am unable to find it in setting even after connecting my another Android device via OTG
These all things are very useful and easy to find in other devices but missing in Asus 6z even after paying a huge amount of 32000
I am deciding to change my phone Asus 6z with another better device which have all this features or let me know upto when it will be fix .?

Comments

  • 1. WPS was removed by Google in Android Pie
    2. If we were to implement this feature which only works with Indian operators, it means that Europe would also get it without being able to use it. This is just one of several reasons why it is unlikely that we will include it.
    3. You can reverse charge another phone via a USB C cable.
  • KhurramKhurram Level 1
    edited August 2019
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
  • Khurram said:
    I am deciding to change my phone Asus 6z with another better device which have all this features
    Oh yes, please!
    SCNR
  • ColorSageColorSage Level 3
    edited August 2019
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
  • ColorSage said: 
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
    Ohk but what about Direct video calling over LTE 
  • Khurram said:
    ColorSage said: 
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
    Ohk but what about Direct video calling over LTE 
    Addition of ViLTE will be a welcome feature but to be honest not many phone supports it so there is no assurance that jio user you are trying to video call has ViLTE enabled handset so it is not convenient.
  • paras0710 said:
    Khurram said:
    ColorSage said: 
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
    Ohk but what about Direct video calling over LTE 
    Addition of ViLTE will be a welcome feature but to be honest not many phone supports it so there is no assurance that jio user you are trying to video call has ViLTE enabled handset so it is not convenient.
    Why and how it is not convenient..?
  • Khurram said:
    paras0710 said:
    Khurram said:
    ColorSage said: 
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
    Ohk but what about Direct video calling over LTE 
    Addition of ViLTE will be a welcome feature but to be honest not many phone supports it so there is no assurance that jio user you are trying to video call has ViLTE enabled handset so it is not convenient.
    Why and how it is not convenient..?
    It is not convenient when you are not sure weather jio user you want to video call have ViLTE enabled phone or not. Even if you ask  jio user weather their phone supports ViLTE  or not not all know what you are asking for.  On the other hand each and every user of whatsapp have access to video calling and everybody is familiar with it.
  • paras0710 said:
    Khurram said:
    paras0710 said:
    Khurram said:
    ColorSage said: 
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
    Ohk but what about Direct video calling over LTE 
    Addition of ViLTE will be a welcome feature but to be honest not many phone supports it so there is no assurance that jio user you are trying to video call has ViLTE enabled handset so it is not convenient.
    Why and how it is not convenient..?
    It is not convenient when you are not sure weather jio user you want to video call have ViLTE enabled phone or not. Even if you ask  jio user weather their phone supports ViLTE  or not not all know what you are asking for.  On the other hand each and every user of whatsapp have access to video calling and everybody is familiar with it.
    Dear Paras,
    You are little bit right, but people like my parents, siblings, cousins or GF i know weather there phones support video call or not, and if i am talking here for video calling again and again its mean i know little more about smartphones from other normal users.
    And we do video call with our family and some close friend not with stranger so i ask them does your phone supports video call over LTE.
    For your kind information WhatsApp video call and direct video calling have much difference in quality and stability.
  • paras0710paras0710 Level 2
    edited August 2019
    Khurram said:
    paras0710 said:
    Khurram said:
    paras0710 said:
    Khurram said:
    ColorSage said: 
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
    Ohk but what about Direct video calling over LTE 
    Addition of ViLTE will be a welcome feature but to be honest not many phone supports it so there is no assurance that jio user you are trying to video call has ViLTE enabled handset so it is not convenient.
    Why and how it is not convenient..?
    It is not convenient when you are not sure weather jio user you want to video call have ViLTE enabled phone or not. Even if you ask  jio user weather their phone supports ViLTE  or not not all know what you are asking for.  On the other hand each and every user of whatsapp have access to video calling and everybody is familiar with it.
    Dear Paras,
    You are little bit right, but people like my parents, siblings, cousins or GF i know weather there phones support video call or not, and if i am talking here for video calling again and again its mean i know little more about smartphones from other normal users.
    And we do video call with our family and some close friend not with stranger so i ask them does your phone supports video call over LTE.
    For your kind information WhatsApp video call and direct video calling have much difference in quality and stability.
    Thats why i said it will be a welcome feature. But  ViLTE will become really useful feature only when all device start adopting it because if any of your family member now changes phone because of any reason most probably they dont buy new one because of this feature only and if new phone does not support ViLTE it will break the chain like you did by buying 6z.
  • i also want direct video calling feature.its annoying some cheap phn have this feature and i dont have.and its convenient feature for those who dont use whatsapp imo etc.i totally support mr khurram
  • paras0710 said:
    Khurram said:
    ColorSage said: 
    Khurram said:
    So the Indians didn't get direct video call feature because Europe also use that feature.
    This shows that indian market is not important for ASUS....
    WPS is available in other devices running on Android pie
    Ending WPS support by AOSP was not without purpose. It's unsafe and may be used to access and hijack your home network. Considering how much IoT could be connected to it, that can be dangerous. It's a feature, not a bug :p
    Ohk but what about Direct video calling over LTE 
    Addition of ViLTE will be a welcome feature but to be honest not many phone supports it so there is no assurance that jio user you are trying to video call has ViLTE enabled handset so it is not convenient.
    Name the phone VoLTE enabled but doesn't have video calling facility?
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