WhatsApp recently made multi-device functionality available to all users, and it is currently testing another helpful feature for individuals who want to transfer huge files over the messaging service. Thanks to this new function, it’s possible that you’ll soon be able to share files up to 2GB on WhatsApp. A small group of beta testers have been given access to the larger size limit for media file sharing, which is currently being tested by the messaging juggernaut owned by Meta. So, consider these specifics.
WhatsApp to Soon Allow Sharing Files up to 2GB in Size
Reputable WhatsApp beta tracker WABetaInfo recently reported that the messaging service has begun testing a 2GB size limit for sharing media files for some users.
Only 100MB worth of files can currently be sent to WhatsApp users. With the new function, though, you would be able to share files on the chat platform that were up to 2GB in size.
The feature is now accessible in WhatsApp beta for iOSv126.96.36.199 and WhatsApp beta for Androidv188.8.131.52, v184.108.40.206, and v220.127.116.11. Furthermore, according to reports, it has just recently been made available to a select group of Argentine beta testers. Although it is anticipated that more people will eventually receive it, it has been stated that after the test, WhatsApp may choose to pull it back or decide not to send it to the stable channel.