According to the latest information uncovered by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp would also like to equip its app with a fresh new dedicated video mode while also testing a new function that allows several devices to be connected to the same account.
WhatsApp will soon have its own video mode
Up until now, clicking the camera icon within a conversation was the only way to record a video on WhatsApp. A new interface is displayed, giving you the option to snap a shot with a single click or record a video by keeping your finger on the shutter. This might not always be practical, so WhatsApp will eventually add a video mode that is comparable to what is available in the built-in Camera app on your smartphone.
You won’t need to keep your finger pressed on the button to capture a video any longer because of this new video mode. Simply press the shutter button once to begin the video and once again to end it.
Therefore, you will be able to mount your camera on a tripod and leave the phone while it is filming. Another benefit of this mode is that switching between the front and rear cameras while a video is being recorded is possible with the single mixed mode that is currently available.
This new WhatsApp function is now undergoing testing, much like all other new features. So don’t anticipate seeing it anytime soon. This most recent version of WhatsApp has been made available to a small group of beta testers, but since there haven’t been many significant changes made to the user interface, it’s anticipated that everyone will soon have access to this new feature over the coming weeks.
Keep in mind that WhatsApp will also get new features like the Community tab, 32-person video calls, conversational polls, and the ability to create groups with up to 1024 users. Soon, you will even be able to message yourself.