WhatsApp will not work on these cell phones from November 30

WhatsApp updates mean that the messaging service can no longer be used on a set of phones from iPhone, Samsung, LG and Huawei brands, with the cancellation of the service effective from November 30.

It is one of the most downloaded platforms in the world, used by millions of people every day for their communication. In fact, according to Google Play’s latest update, the US company’s app store is the second most downloaded app in the world after Instagram.

Devices running Android 4.0.3 operating system or iPhones with iOS 12 version and earlier will no longer be able to use WhatsApp. This is because with various updates of the service owned by the Meta company, different models stop processing the application.

In the period starting November 30, the phones that couldn’t use WhatsApp were, in some cases, nearly a decade old, while others were at least five years old. This is the case with the iPhone SE from 2016 or the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 announced in February 2012.

Those who own any of these devices and want to use Whatsapp should buy a new device and backup their chat history to avoid losing it.

On which mobile phones WhatsApp will be discontinued from November 30?

iPhone: iPhone 6S, iPhone SE, iPhone 6S Plus.

Samsung: Samsung Galaxy Core, Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite, Samsung Galaxy Ace 2, Samsung Galaxy S3 mini, Samsung Galaxy Trend II and Samsung Galaxy X Cover 2.

LG: LG Optimus L3 II Dual, LG Optimus L5 II, LG Optimus F5, LG Optimus L3 II, LG Optimus L7II, LG Optimus L5 Dual, LG Optimus L7 Dual, LG Optimus F3, LG Optimus F3Q, LG Optimus L2 II, LG Optimus L4 II, LG Optimus F6, LG Enact, LG Lucid 2 and LG Optimus F7.

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Huawei: Huawei Ascend Mate, Huawei Ascend G740, Huawei Ascend D2.

Other brands: Sony Xperia M, Lenovo A820, ZTE V956 – UMI X2, ZTE Grand S Flex, ZTE Grand Memo, Faea F1THL W8, Wiko Cink Five, Winko Darknight and Archos 53 Platinum

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