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Whatsapp will not be working on these phones as of November

A huge number of individuals across the world depend on the well-known informing application, WhatsApp, to speak with their companions, friends, and family, and associates consistently. Be that as it may, a large number of them can not utilize the application any longer on account of the model of their telephones. 

As per a report by UK-based distribution, The Sun, the application will quit chipping away at a few models of cell phones beginning from November 2021. 

Per the distribution, the application won't be upheld on both iPhone and Android models, accordingly, influenced clients will either need to purchase another telephone or update the product of their cell phones. 

The distribution says that more than 40 distinctive cell phone models can not help WhatsApp, and the cutoff time for refreshing the product is November 1. 

To utilize WhatsApp, Android clients should utilize Android 4.1 or later, while iPhone clients should be on iOS 10 or later, the distribution said. 

Here is the rundown of telephones which can not help WhatsApp from November. 


iPhone 5 

iPhone 6S Plus 

iPhone SE 


System Trend Lite 

System Trend II 

System SIII 

System S3 Mini 

System Xcover 2 

Cosmic system Core 

Cosmic system Ace 2 


Clear 2 

Optimus F7 

Optimus F5 

Optimus L2 II Dual 

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 


ZTE V956 

Amazing X Quad V987 

Amazing Memo 


Xperia Miro 

Xperia Neo L 

Xperia Arc S 


Rise G740 

Rise Mate 

Rise D Quad XL 

Rise D1 Quad XL 

Rise P1 S 

Rise D2 

Other cell phones 


Archos 53 Platinum 

HTC Desire 500 

Caterpillar Cat B15 

Wiko Cink Five 

Wiko Darknight 

Lenovo A820 

Umi X2 

Run Fl1 


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