Social apps like Facebook, Telegram and WhatsApp offers a
compressed version of the image users can send to themselves on the platform.
This measure is to reduce data consumption and to fit in most devices, but Facebook
has now increased the image resolution allowed on the messenger app. The
resolution on Facebook Messenger was “2K” for a sometimes – or 2048 x 2048 pixels.
However, the recent update now lets you send photos at up to 4096 x 4096 pixels.
Image Resolution On Facebook Messenger Increases

Most smartphones today use 12MP cameras, with dimensions between
4000 and 4048 pixels long. So if sending photos from phones such as iPhone X,
Pixel 2, or Samsung Galaxy S8 or Note8, recipient will get them at full
resolution.

Furthermore, Facebook revealed that the photos will be sent
“just ask quickly as before”, so there must be some new kind of file size
reduction at play as well.
The Facebook 4K higher resolution image is now available for
iPhone and Android to users in the US, Canada, France, Australia, the UK,
Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea. Meanwhile, more countries are
expected to get this feature any moment.

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