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WhatsApp desktop calls to remain connected even if phone gets disconnected

Recently, WhatsApp users have started picking a new update with the video and audio calls support for the WhatsApp web. Almost all the users have experienced the latest update, and many people have already started using it.


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Facebook-owned WhatsApp has received plenty of updates so far since its popularity. Unfortunately, the company has not included the Multiple device feature like Telegram. If there’s an internet connection issue on your mobile, then the WhatsApp Web will start working automatically as both are linked to each other.

As per the latest report by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp users will soon be able to make desktop calls even if the phone gets disconnected or the mobile data is off. This feature is termed as ‘standalone,’ is currently in developing mode, and is expected to release shortly in the coming days. The new feature will not disconnect the WhatsApp Web’s connection even though the mobile connection is poor or unavailable. The only thing you need to do is to log in to your WhatsApp Web by scanning the QR code. After that, you will no longer be interrupted for connection issues life before.

The new feature will be available for iOS & Android devices and will work relevantly like Telegram & Signal. As of today, there’s no information available about the availability of this new feature. However, it doesn’t taking much time to release as it is already under the development model.

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