WhatsApp will not work on some smartphones from 2017
We already knew since last February, but at this time came the confirmation that many were hoping not to receive from users who are accustomed to using the application WhatsApp. Since 2017 , in fact, some smartphones currently in circulation will no longer support the app note , causing in this way millions of people to change device in reference to those who are bound to decidedly not updated products. Today I will try to go deeper, bringing concrete examples of short excluded from the list of devices compatible with the platform.
Yesterday, Whatsapp spoke of versions of individual operating systems by return will not be possible to use the app, focusing more specifically on the BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, Nokia Symbian S60, Android 2.1 and 2.2, Windows Phone 7 and iPhone 3GS / iOS 6. If with Apple and BlackBerry Circle is altogether narrower, which are concrete examples of smartphones involved in this kind of talk? Let’s see them up close.
The most popular is undoubtedly the Samsung Galaxy S Advance, for which there was at the time a long soap opera before withdrawing from the Android Jelly Bean update release. From next year this Decision will be paid to the lack of support for Whatsapp.
WhatsApp will not work on some smartphones from 2017: ALL the set are listed below:
Alcatel One Touch 983,
LG Optimus Zone VS410,
NGM WeMove Action and Action Live,
Samsung Galaxy Metrix 4G,
Motorola Motosmart ME and ME Dual,
Huawei Ascend Y201,
LG Optimus L3 Dual,
Samsung Galaxy Beam,
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and Ace,
Huawei Ascend Y100 and Y200,
Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus,
Samsung Galaxy S and lesser-known versions of the Samsung Galaxy S2.
As for the dates, as you may have perceived the measure WhatsApp will start officially at the beginning of 2017, with an extension until June confirmed for all those devices that mount the BlackBerry operating system, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40 and Nokia Symbian S60. In short, Christmas 2016 might give you a reason to change your smartphone. What will you do?