WhatsApp the popular messaging platform is working on Video Calling feature, expected to be released very soon to all users globally. Leaked WhatsApp Video Calling screenshot photo shows the feature which is still under testing by WhatsApp Development Team. You can make audio calls to any WhatsApp users right now and video calling will be a great addition.
Many of us use Skype for Video Calling and it works perfect with high definition call quality and video quality between mobile and desktop users. Facebook Messenger recently announced Group Audio Calling feature to let Group users in Messengers start a conference call with up to 50 members.
We are not sure, when WhatsApp Video Calling feature will be rolled out to users globally. Right now, android users can download latest whatsapp .apk file to see the “Video Call” button next to “Audio Call”. But when you try to make a video call, you will receive an error saying Couldn’t Place Call and Video Calling is unavailable at this time.
Looks like WhatsApp have disabled this feature temporarily and soon WhatsApp will roll out limited number of users to try and improve the video call quality before official launch.
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