You can now send HD photos on WhatsApp. Here’s how
 
 
 
 
 
 

You can now send HD photos on WhatsApp. Here’s how

This enhancement ensures that every detail is vividly preserved
/ 07:00 AM July 09, 2024

You can now send HD photos on WhatsApp. Here’s how

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In today’s digital age, where every photo and video shared online serves as a narrative, clarity holds importance. Recognizing this, WhatsApp has introduced an HD media feature, revolutionizing how users share cherished moments with loved ones.

Whether capturing the warmth of a family reunion or the significance of a milestone event, the messaging platform now empowers users to share photos in high definition. This enhancement ensures that every detail, from the colors of a sunset to the subtle expressions during a heartfelt toast, remains vividly preserved.

How it works

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To send high-definition photos on WhatsApp, begin by opening the app and selecting the chat where you want to share your photo. Tap the attachment icon (paperclip), select the image and enter the photo-sharing screen. Here, alongside familiar editing tools like rotate and crop, you’ll find the HD button.

By default, WhatsApp optimizes photo quality to Standard Quality, compressing images for efficient transmission. For those who prefer to maintain the original resolution and clarity, simply tap on the HD Quality option. Once selected, tap send to effortlessly share your photo in HD with your contacts.

Furthermore, you can make HD quality the default setting by navigating to WhatsApp’s settings, then storage and data, followed by media upload quality, where you can select HD quality.

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This allows for a consistent high-quality sharing experience, while retaining the option to send individual items in standard quality by tapping emoji and choosing Standard each time you send media.

According to WhatsApp, sending HD media may be faster when using WiFi rather than your cellular network. It’s important to note that you cannot upgrade the quality of an existing photo you’ve sent, but you can resend it in HD quality to ensure your memories are shared in the best possible resolution.

Another important point to note is that HD media cannot currently be used for status updates or profile pictures.

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