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WhatsApp: These are the phones that will stop working from November 1

The leading instant messaging application, WhatsApp, never ceases to amaze with its constant updates, adding and modifying new tools.

Recently, from WABetainfo, it was published that they were working on the function of reacting to messages with personalized emojis, as can be done on Instagram or Facebook Messenger.

But sadly, these innovations are not for everyone. And it is that the popular app will present updates that will not be compatible with some devices, since they have operating systems that are obsolete for the new configurations of the platform.

That is why, in Meganoticias, we created a list with all the phones that will no longer be able to access WhatsApp, from November 1, 2021. Check if yours is below:

Phones that will no longer be able to use WhatsApp from November 1

– Huawei Ascend G740.
– Huawei Ascend Mate.
– Huawei Ascend D2.

– LG Lucid 2.
– LG Optimus F7.
– LG Optimus L3 II Dual.
– LG Optimus F5.
– LG Optimus L5 II.
– LG Optimus L5 II Dual.
– LG Optimus L3 II.
– LG Optimus L7 II Dual.
– LG Optimus L7 II.
– LG Optimus F6.
– LG Enact.
– LG Optimus L4 II Dual.
– LG Optimus F3.
– LG Optimus L4 II.
– LG Optimus L2 II.
– LG Optimus F3Q.

– Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite.
– Samsung Galaxy Trend II.
– Samsung Galaxy S3 mini.
– Samsung Galaxy Ace 2.
– Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2.
– Samsung Galaxy Core.

– ZTE Grand S Flex.
– ZTE V956.
– ZTE Grand X Quad v987.
– ZTE Grand Memo.

– Sony Xperia M.
– Wiko Cink Five.
– Wiko Darknight.
– Caterpillar Cat B15.
– Lenovo A820.
–UMi X2.
– Archos 53 Platinum.
– HTC Desire 500.
– Run F1.
– THL W8

Devices that are supported

-Phones with Android OS 4.1 and later versions
-Phones with iOS 10 and later versions
-Some phone models with KaiOS 2.5.1 operating system and later versions, including JioPhone and JioPhone 2 devices

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