AirDrop for Android: Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi have created their own wireless file sharing system

Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi have decided to team up to create the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance.

What is known

"Unification of peer-to-peer

data transmission" - an initiative of three campaignsto create wireless data transfer technology for Android. The new system will allow owners of Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi smartphones to share files between mobile devices without third-party applications.

The system does not require an Internet connection,and instead uses Bluetooth for pairing and Wi-Fi P2P technology for data exchange. The technology will allow you to transfer and receive files, ranging from photos, videos and ending with music and documents.

The average data transfer speed reaches 20 MB/s. In addition, Wi-Fi P2P does not interrupt the Wi-Fi connection, allowing you to remain online while transferring a file.

"Vivo, OPPO and Xiaomi have extensiveuser base, and this partnership will benefit a significant number of consumers around the world. This is an opportunity for vivo to provide customers with a unique, secure and fast wireless data transfer experience. We will continue to support strategic initiatives that improve the lives of our users around the world,” said Spark Ni, Senior Vice President of Vivo.

The companies have not yet come up with names fortechnology, but apparently it will become an analogue of AirDrop for Android smartphones Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi. It is possible that in the future the list of supported devices will include Samsung and Huawei gadgets. Phonearena notes that Oppo owns Realme and OnePlus, which means smartphones from these brands will also get the new system.

Source: Phonearena

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