Mobile phones that will expire from January 1

These mobile phone models will not work anymore because your operating system will not receive any further updates and therefore the applications will not work and they will have a higher probability of suffering from cyber attacks.

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By January 1, a number of mobile phone models will be deprecated due to the outdated operating system. It happens that they won’t receive any other updates for their system, which will cause the rest of the apps like Whatasapp to be installed, for example, because they can’t update them.

On the other hand, they will stop receiving security patches, making them more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

This will be for Android 2.3.7 or lower operating systems, and in the case of Apple, iOS 10.3.4 will also stop working permanently in 2022.

The only solution to this is to change the phone to a less advanced phone.

List of mobile phones that will stop working in 2022

Samsung: Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite. Samsung Galaxy Trend II. Samsung Galaxy S3 mini – Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2. Samsung Galaxy Core – Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 –

LG: LG Optimus F7 – LG Optimus L3 II Dual – LG Optimus F5 – LG Optimus L5 II – LG Optimus L5 II Dual – LG Optimus L3 II – LG Optimus L7 II Dual – LG Optimus L7 II – LG Optimus F6 – LG Enact – LG Optimus L4 II Dual – LG Optimus F3 – LG Optimus L4 II – LG Optimus L2 II – LG Optimus F3Q.

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An apple: iPhone 4 (8 GB), iPhone 4S, iPhone 4S (8 GB), iPhone 5, iPhone 5C

Huawei: Huawei Ascend G740 – Huawei Ascend Mate – Huawei Ascend D2

Other brands: Archos 53 Platinum – HTC Desire 500. Caterpillar Cat B15 – Sony Xperia M – Wiko Cink Five – Wiko Darknight – – ZTE Grand S Flex – Lenovo A820 – ZTE V956 – UMi X2 – Faea F1 – THL W8 – ZTE Grand X Quad v987 – ZTE Grand Memo.

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