A failed update of WhatsApp has caused users, owners of different brands of smartphones, to report a accelerated battery consumption of your equipment.
As Gizmodo reports, which echoes Reddit and the official OnePlus forums, one of the latest versions of WhatsApp (v.2.19.308, which came out at the end of last month) is seriously affecting the battery life of the entire range of OnePlus phones, including the OnePlus 7T Series, which arrived in October. The problem is affecting devices running Android 9 or 10 and victims are seeing that The instant messaging application consumes up to 50 percent of its battery, even overnight.
But not only OnePlus is suffering from this error, with the passing of days more users have been signaling the failure in other Android devices of brands such as Xiaomi, Huawei and Google Pixel. In addition, according to the WABetaInfo technology website, users of Manzana They have also been affected.
Users have found several solutions to fix something that developers should have noticed before launching the application, including forced stopping of WhatsApp when not in use, which prevents the battery from being spent at night.
As the information on the British portal details, the problem seems to have been fixed in the latest version of WhatsApp (v.2.19.325), which has not yet reached the Google Play Store, but can be downloaded directly from the app.