Facebook is known for updating with best features to provide their users with best ever experience. No wonder, this is why we can’t go a single day without accessing our Facebook and Messenger. Recently we heard about many devices updating with high-resolution graphics. Updating itself, Messenger is nowhere to support the high-resolution photo sharing giving you the best ever feeling never before.
Photos are new language of communication and we all experience this in our daily life. People who don’t have time to go through exchanging text messages can go for photo sharing. Even during those special occasions, we love to share our experience with our closed ones through pictures. We now are going quite lazy over those text part which was recognized by Messenger.
According to the reports revealed by Messenger, more than 17 billion photos are surrounded by Messenger every month. Therefore, Messenger is updated with high-resolution photo sharing by which people can send and receive photos in Messenger at 4K resolution. Now you can easily share up to 4,096 x 4,096 pixels per image which is known to be the highest quality any smartphone can support.
If you go through the photos which were shared earlier and compare them with that high resolution, you can easily note a great difference. You can simply zoom out those pics and see how each pixel shows wonder here. Messenger will now be bringing your valuable conversation to its best as it now supports 4k resolution.
For accessing with this new updated version of Messenger you simply need to:
- Update your Messenger app to the latest version.
- After that open conversation and tap the camera roll icon.
- Finally, just select the photo you want to share through Messenger and click on send option.
The person on the other end will receive your high-resolution photo and will surely say Wow!
What are you all waiting for? Go and update your Messenger right now and drive yourself to the world 4k. Just go for it and please don’t forget to share your experience with us. So all you out there smile and click…
Source: Facebook Newsroom