It has long been a talk in town that Facebook-owned WhatsApp will release video calling feature for its users. Finally, it is here!
Recently, the company has made the video calling feature live. However, unlike everyone expected to be released for Android and iOS, the feature has made live only in the Beta version of Windows phones.
The feature was first spotted by a Spanish website onewindows.es which reported that a few beta testers are now seeing video calling option in their Windows handsets. The user is given two options when clicking the call button in the app- voice and video calls.
Reportedly, the app also gives the user a mute option. Just like any other video calling apps, the user can even change the front camera to the rear. The call history list has also been altered and now displays video and voice calls. Alike the previous voice calling window, the video calling window too gets a shortcut call button to make a video call to a contact.