On which cell phones will WhatsApp stop working this May 31?

On which cell phones will WhatsApp stop working this May 31?

On which cell phones will WhatsApp stop working this May 31?

WhatsApp is one of the free and instant messaging applications with the most downloads by users. Being thus a tool that day by day has become an essential of communication that allows us to send and receive text, voice and video messages through the Internet.

The app owned by Goal (formerly Facebook), has a web version and a mobile version. They will stop working on some devices from May 31 this year.

WhatsApp subject to change

The software is subject to constant changes, so some cell phones will no longer be compatible with the operating system or with future updates.

Of the company Samsungthe models that will no longer be compatible with the app are:

  • The Galaxy Trend Lite and S3 mini
  • Galaxy Trend II
  • Galaxy Xcover 2
  • Galaxy Core and Ace 2 devices

From the LG devices they find each other:

  • Lucid 2
  • Optimus F7 and F5
  • Optimus L3 II Dual and L5 Dual equipment
  • The Optimus L5 II and L3II
  • Optimus L7II Dual.

ZTE company cell phones:

  • Grand S Flex
  • ZTE V956
  • Grand X Quad V987
  • grand memo

Other equipment that will be without the service

On the other hand, among the list of telephones with Android that will be left without WhatsApp are also the Xperia M cell phone, Huawei Ascend G740, Ascend Mate and Ascend D2.

On the side of the apple teams in which it will stop working are:

  • iPhone 6s
  • 6sPlus
  • iPhone SE

Likewise, WhatsApp also announced that if your device is not compatible, you will receive various update alerts.

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