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Whatsapp presents new features for the latest beta version of the Android operating system

A new ringtone for group calls and new sticker animation settings have been introduced by WhatsApp with its latest version of Android. It is also being suggested by the beta version of WhatsApp v2.20.198.11 for Android that the user interfaces for calls are being enhanced by the social messaging giant WhatsApp.

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All buttons are moved to the bottom of the screen in a new call UI, animated stickers can repeat a maximum of eight times and animated stickers of longer duration can be repeated for less. In WhatsApp v2.20.198.11, the Android beta version all these changes are enabled and make the version more stable.

New features in the WhatsApp v2.20.198.11 beta version of Android have been discovered by WABetaInfo. A new ring was perceived by the tracker that was assigned to group calls. This latest beta version has this new ringtone enabled and reproduced for all beta users. The difference between group calls and private calls will be offered via WhatsApp. Recently update can allow the user to use multiple devices with the same WhatsApp account

In addition, a new type of animated stickers is also enabled in the beta version of WhatsApp v2.20.198.11 for Android, which is being repeated a maximum of 8 times. The loop will be done less times for long animated stickers, which are stickers with many frames.

The new call UI feature in Whatsapp v2.20.198.11 has five options, these options are provided at the bottom, such as video on/off button, message button, information button, audio on/off button, and button camera exchange. This feature is still in development and will be enabled later. Therefore, the user in the latest version may not be able to use this feature.

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