Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo will create a common P2P data transfer platform

Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo have officially announced the creation of an alliance aimed at

development of a cross-platform data transfer protocol. This will greatly simplify file sharing between devices from three manufacturers.

How does it work

The platform will be peer-to-peerprotocol, for its operation you will not need to install third-party applications or use Internet traffic. Representatives of the alliance assure that thanks to the development, users will be able to exchange files of any format at speeds of up to 20 Mbit/s. Beta testing of the protocol will begin at the end of August 2019, and smartphone manufacturers are also invited to take part in the development. The Chinese company Realme has already responded to the call to join the alliance.