Whatsapp’s multi-device functionality is about to undergo a major transformation: it will be able to simultaneously support two Android devices.
Many individuals in the early days of WhatsApp did not yet have a smartphone, so the requirement to use the account on various devices was not a major issue. But little by little the company gained traction in some countries and became, the way to communicate.
It’s now quite typical for people who use instant messaging software to maintain their profile on many devices. On a smartphone and a computer, for example
WhatsApp multi-device would support several Android at the same time
Another disadvantage of this new model is that it would not be able to operate on two Android phones at the same time, which many users may find practical.
Now WABetaInfo, one of the most known leakers of the application, has shown an image that would indicate that the application can be used on two Android at the same time. It depicts the downloading of our complete chat history to a second device, rather than just the online version that WhatsApp Web provides.
As a result, it is assumed that we will be able to use WhatsApp on our phones and Android tablets at least without having to keep the phone connected to the Internet.
It’s possible that we’ll be able to do the same with two phones, but given that Android tablets and mobile phones with this system operate in much the same way, it would be strange if the phone had this option disabled.
Applications like Telegram have had it active since its inception, and it makes a brutal difference when it comes to being used on multiple devices.