WhatsApp Tips: Your avatar will talk in WhatsApp video call, the app is working on this new feature..


There are millions of people in India as well as around the world who use WhatsApp. WhatsApp brings many options for its customers. Video and audio calling is also one of them. Calling is a special feature of WhatsApp, through which we can connect with our near and far loved ones.


If you often call on WhatsApp, then there is good news for you. WhatsApp is bringing some new and exciting updates. Let us tell you that Meta is bringing Augmented Reality (AR) to the platform, which will give a more interactive and better calling experience. In this, you will be able to use avatars.

Video calling will be fun.
WAbetainfo, a site that keeps an eye on new and upcoming updates of WhatsApp, shows that WhatsApp is testing an AR feature for video calls.

In this, many types of call effects and filters will be accessed. During the call, users will be able to add fun filters or use touch-up tools for smooth complexion.

These features are designed to enhance the visual experience and make video chat more fun.

There will be an option for background blur.
Along with this, WhatsApp is also developing the ability to edit your background during calls. This is a game-changer for group conferences, allowing you to customize the environment around you. You can blur distracting things.

For now, this feature will also be available on the desktop app, which will give it precise background control for professional settings.

Will be able to use avatars
Apart from this, WhatsApp users may be allowed to replace their real-time video feed with avatars.

This will make you more creative and if you do not want to, the other person will not be able to see you, but the avatar will be in front of him.


When will the feature come
At present, these AR features are still in the development stage, so there is no information about their release date yet. Apart from AR, recent updates include a new calling interface for Android, which has a sleeker design and better call clarity.

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