WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging app, has updated its system requirements for Android, iOS, and KaiOS app users once again. As per the information provided on the company’s official blog post, users need to have an Android phone running Android 4.1 (and above) or an iPhone running iOS 10 (or above). This new announcement will affect feature phone users as well because the company will also retract support for phones running KaiOS 2.5.0.

WhatsApp Will Stop Working On These Android Devices Soon

  1. Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini
  2. Samsung Galaxy S2
  3. Samsung Galaxy Trend II
  4. Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite
  5. Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2
  6. Samsung Galaxy Core
  7. Samsung Galaxy Ace 2
  8. Sony Xperia Miro
  9. Sony Xperia Neo L
  10. Sony Xperia Arc S
  11. LG Optimus F7
  12. LG Optimus F6
  13. LG Optimus F5
  14. LG Optimus F3
  15. LG Optimus L7 II Dual
  16. LG Optimus L7 II
  17. LG Optimus L7
  18. LG Optimus L5 II
  19. LG Optimus L5 Dual
  20. LG Optimus L5
  21. LG Optimus L4 II Dual
  22. LG Optimus L4 II
  23. LG Optimus L3 II Dual
  24. LG Optimus L3 II
  25. LG Optimus L2 II
  26. LG Optimus Nitro HD
  27. LG Optimus 4X HD
  28. LG Optimus F3Q
  29. LG Lucid 2
  30. LG Enact
  31. Huawei Ascend Mate
  32. Huawei Ascend D2
  33. Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL
  34. Huawei Ascend D Quad XL
  35. Huawei Ascend P1 S
  36. Huawei Ascend G740
  37. ZTE Grand S Flex
  38. ZTE Grand X Quad V987
  39. ZTE Grand Memo
  40. ZTE V956
  41. HTC Desire 500
  42. Lenovo A820
  43. Alcatel One Touch Evo 7
  44. Archos 53 Platinum
  45. Caterpillar Cat B15
  46. Wiko Cink Five
  47. Wiko Darknight
  48. UMi X2
  49. Faea F1
  50. THL W8

WhatsApp Will Stop Working On These iPhones Soon

  1. iPhone SE
  2. iPhone 6
  3. iPhone 6 Plus

In other WhatsApp-related news, the company is said to introduce a finer control over the ‘Last Seen’ feature that will allow users to reveal their Last Seen information to all the contacts except a specific set of contacts. Also, the popular messaging app recently introduced Chat Transfer from iPhone to Android devices, but it is limited to Samsung Galaxy smartphones as of now. The company is expected to roll out the feature for Android devices from other manufacturers over the coming months.

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