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Whatsapp will stop working on these smartphones in 2022

Every year, the instant messaging app WhatsApp prohibits users from installing their app on mobile devices whose features are no longer compatible with their operating system.

The year 2022 will be no exception, and the list of phones that will not be able to send or receive messages as of January 1 2022 has already been published. Do you want to know when your mobile phone will stop working?

Those who have Android OS 4.1 or lower will be without WhatsApp, as would those who have an iPhone with iOS 9 or lower.

It also includes phones running KaiOS 2.5.0 or before, such as the JioPhone and JioPhone 2. To keep using the app and avoid losing communication with family, friends, or coworkers, it is recommended that you upgrade your smartphone as soon as possible.

List of mobile phones that will expire WhatsApp in 2022:

• Archos 53 Platinum

• HTC Desire 500

• Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite

• Samsung Galaxy Trend II

• Samsung Galaxy S3 mini

• Caterpillar Cat B15

• Sony Xperia M

• Wiko Sync Five

• Wiko Darkkite

• Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2

• Huawei Ascend G740

• ZTE Grand S Flex

• Lenovo A820

• Huawei Ascend Mate

• ZTE V956 – UMi X2

• Huawei Ascend D2

• Samsung Galaxy Core

• Faea F1

• THL W8

• ZTE Grand X Quad v987.0

• ZTE Grand Memo

• Samsung Galaxy Ace 2

• 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 هاتف

• Apple iPhone SE (16 GB)

• Apple iPhone SE (32 GB) – Apple iPhone SE (64 GB)

• Apple iPhone 6S (128GB)

• Apple iPhone 6S (16 GB)

• Apple iPhone 6S (32GB) – Apple iPhone 6S (64GB)

• Apple iPhone 6S Plus (128GB)

• Apple iPhone 6s Plus (16 GB

• Apple iPhone 6S Plus (32 GB)

• Apple iPhone 6S Plus (64 GB)


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