Leaked Screenshots Of WhatsApp Video Calling Feature Revealed

Posted: Dec 22 2015, 10:12am CST | by , in Rumors | Technology News

 

Leaked Screenshots Of WhatsApp Video Calling Feature  Revealed
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Whatsapp will soon get Video Calling Feature according to leaked screenshots

WhatsApp has become quite popular among the masses. It is in everyone’s knowledge now that WhatsApp is currently working hard to introduce the video calling feature.

We don’t know yet; that when might we be video chatting with each other through WhatsApp.

We cannot assume that what new changes might be in the app, but we can now imagine what it will look like.

This all became possible due to some new screenshots on the Internet which show that how the new feature will look like.

The alleged images show the full-screen video calling inside a beta release of the WhatsApp iOS app.

The upcoming video calling feature is expected to work equally good on both Wi-Fi and cellular network connections.

The upcoming update of the WhatsApp will bring along this feature. The screenshots show that the version of the new WhatsApp update would be 2.12.16.2.

The current version that is accessible by the beta testers is quite older; 2.12.12.

The new version is also likely to receive a novel user interface that will help in switching between different active chats together.

Users will now be able to select chats from the tabbed interface rather than to choose from a long list of past chats.

The new user interface would be essentially beneficial for those who are used to interact with multiple people at the same time.

This way a user can easily switch from one conversation to another. In order for WhatsApp to gain instant popularity over Apple’s Facetime and all rounder Facebook; it needs to offer some very intriguing video calling features.

However, as contrary to the popular guess, there is a big difference between the above mentioned update versions.

It can be possible that the update might not be coming soon. We all are impatiently waiting for this feature. Because, at the time, WhatsApp is the most famous messaging app.

The update is, anyways, taking very long.

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