It will officially stop supporting Windows 10 Mobile, previously referred to as Windows Phones, starting December 10th, 2019.
To recall, WhatsApp stopped working for Windows Phone 7 back at the end of 2016. (Not that installing pre-release software without expecting to encounter some major problems is ever really advisable.) Microsoft said the build doesn't support its Your Phone app, isn't compatible with certain SD cards from Realtek and has various other known issues besides. UWP apps do not run on earlier versions of Windows which suggests that the WhatsApp support being discontinued is for older versions of WhatsApp.
Because WhatsApp will no longer actively develop for these platforms, some features may stop functioning at any time. So, if you are using the Windows phone and you are reading this article you should plan your device upgrade now.
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Also, WhatsApp will stop working on phones running Android versions 2.3.7 and older after and iPhone iOS 7 and older after February 1, 2020. This, for reference, is against Android's 74.85 percent. This means that in 2020, Windows Phone users will not be able to use WhatsApp on their devices.
Critics have claimed that the apps available on Windows phones pale in comparison to their iOS and Android counterparts.
Prior to Windows Phone, WhatsApp has ended support for BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, Nokia Symbian S60, Android 2.1, Android 2.2, Windows Phone 7, iPhone 3G/iOS 6. Now, the latest ones to face this condition are the devices running Windows Phone. "Mobile operating systems offered by Google, Apple and Microsoft - which account for 99.5 per cent of sales today - were on less than 25 per cent of mobile devices sold at the time".
WhatsApp in recent time became aggressive with the features and introduced many features in quick succession, which includes the sticker features or group calling features.