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Attention!  WhatsApp will run out of these mobile phones in November 2021

Attention! WhatsApp will run out of these mobile phones in November 2021

I wrote in TECNO . game The

With every update, The WhatsApp It seeks to improve its serviceHowever, in some cases they tend to overflow some devices, to the point that they end up becoming obsolete, a situation that will happen next November, and fortunately for users, the programmers of the application have provided a detailed list of Cell phones that will stop working in this case.

What devices will no longer work with WhatsApp?


  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 6s plus
  • iPhone SE


  • Galaxy Trend Lite
  • Galaxy Trend II
  • Galaxy SII
  • Galaxy S3 Mini
  • Galaxy Xcover 2
  • Galaxy Core
  • Galaxy Ace 2


  • Lucid 2
  • Optimus F7
  • Optimus F5
  • Optimus L3 II Dual
  • Optimus F5
  • Optimus L5
  • Best L5 II
  • Optimus L5 Dual
  • Best L3 II
  • Optimus L7
  • Optimus L7 II Dual
  • Best L7 II
  • Optimus F6, Enact
  • Optimus L4 II Dual
  • Optimus F3
  • Best L4 II
  • Best L2 II
  • Optimus Nitro HD
  • Optimus 4X HD
  • Optimus F3Q


  • Asc G740
  • height matte
  • Ascend D Quad XL
  • Ascend D1 Quad XL
  • Ascending P1 S.
  • asc d2


  • ZTE V956
  • Grand X Quad V987
  • big note

Alcatel and more

  • Archos 53 Platinum
  • HTC Desire 500
  • Caterpillar Cat B15
  • Wiko Sync Five
  • Wiko Dark Night
  • Lenovo A820
  • UMi X2
  • Turn on F1
  • THL W8

Why does this happen?

Starting in November, the devices that You do not have Android 4.0.3 update They will not be able to access WhatsApp, At the same time iOs must have at least version 9; As is evident from the list, most devices are “old”, so most users should not worry about this inconvenience, which starts because the creators of the application know that some tools can no longer tolerate updates, which is why they decided not to invest time and effort in to do that.

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To see which version each device has, just go to Settings, and look for the option About phone (or device), followed by Android or iOS version, as the case may be.