WhatsApp recently announced Multi-Device support, and they also added the Best Quality Media in its latest BETA. You can choose what media quality you want to send, including Auto and Data Saver. You can join WhatsApp’s Google Play BETA Program to test, also it is expected to be released on IOS once it is publicly available on Android.

If you wonder, How you can enable the best quality photos and videos on WhatsApp on your device. This functionality has been available since WhatsApp Beta v2.21.14.16. Follow the following instructions mentioned down below.

Download and Install WhatsApp’s Best Quality Image and Video

Currently, it is only available for Android devices and is likely to be released for iOS once it becomes available for Android.

Pre-requisites

  • Require latest Whatsapp Beta
  • Os: Android

Join Whatsapp BETA

Get early access

to WhatsApp from Google Play Store, once you get into the Whatsapp Preview, you can get the Multi-Device support.

   Join WhatsApp Google Play Store Beta

Download Whatsapp Beta

Before upgrading, you should be aware that some users may experience battery drains, instability or some minor issues. To prevent misinformation from spreading, they have also released forwarding limits and search functionality. With 2 Billion users around the world, Whatsapp is one of the world’s most popular social media apps.

   Downlaod Whatsapp 2.21.15.6

Enable WhatsApp Best Quality and Video – How to

It is quite easy to perform, WhatsApp Beta allows you to send the best Quality Media on WhatsApp. You require BETA access to use this functionality, so without further ado, let’s check it out.

  • Launch WhatsApp
  • Click on Settings from the upper-left corner
  • Choose Storage and Data
  • There you will see ‘Phot Upload Quality’ and then choose ‘Auto,’ ‘Best Quality,’ or ‘Data Saver’ accordingly.
  • Tap OK to save changes.

However, it is currently uncertain if WhatsApp will continue to compress media. Not to mention, Media restriction for Video up to 16MB, Document up to 100 MB. Images are still going to be compressed to save some resources.

If you have any queries, please share them with us in the comment section down below. Stay tuned for further updates in the future on the same.