The Verizon-exclusive Droid Turbo 2 was released almost a year ago, and promptly made headlines with claims of a shatterproof screen. Verizon and Motrola have at least made an effort to keep the device updated, compared to other devices on Big Red, and it even received Android 6.0 Marshmallow earlier this year. Now owners of the Turbo 2 can finally use WiFi calling, courtesy of a software update.

An update, titled '24.31.22.kinzie_verizon.verizon.en.US,' is being pushed to all Droid Turbo 2 devices with the "Latest Android™ security updates and bug fixes," as well as full WiFi calling support. Once the update is installed, users can enable the feature from their settings. As far as the security updates are concerned, I assume Verizon means the September security patch level.

The Droid Turbo 2 joins the growing number of devices supporting WiFi calling on Verizon, including the iPhone 6 and newer, various Galaxy models, the HTC 10, and the LG G5. Take a look at the source link below for the official release notes.

Verizon's software update page indicates that the update will not become available to Droid Turbo 2 owners until October 3.