According to the official WhatsApp support page, the company presently supports Android 4.1 and newer, which indicates that devices produced after 2013 should continue to work with WhatsApp for the foreseeable future.
While WhatsApp is compatible with a wide range of devices, the firm does occasionally raise the minimum Android version, which was previously set at Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. When November arrives, the business has modified its website to state that it would only support Android 4.1 smartphones, as reported by feature leaker WABetaInfo. Users with these older devices will no longer be able to get WhatsApp updates after this date.
WhatsApp supports Android 4.1 and newer version.
WhatsApp is the most commonly used messaging service in the world, with over 2 billion monthly active users. The Facebook-owned software is even more popular than Messenger, with users throughout the globe and on a variety of devices, including extremely old, obsolete Android…