Even though Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo have a tussle, these companies have come together for a special service. These companies have joined hands for mobile to mobile high-speed file sharing. First, in 2019, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi entered into a peer-to-peer transmission alliance in which they talked about creating a global protocol for file sharing.
Samsung Joins Hands With Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo
At the same time, now a new name of Samsung has been added to this episode, and the company will work on it together with these Chinese companies. After this partnership, high-speed file transfer can be done from Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi phones to Samsung phones.
Although this Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance was formed in 2019, only three companies, including Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo. After this, other mobile phone makers, including OnePlus, Realme Meizu, and Black Shark, joined it. At the same time, brands like ZTE and Asus also extended their hands later. Now the new name is Samsung. After the arrival of this Korean company, this alliance has become even stronger.
It is worth noting that the AirDrop service is quite popular on Apple’s devices. Under this service, files can be transferred from any Apple device to another Apple device at great speed.
After joining this group, now data can be transferred from Samsung devices to these and from these companies’ devices to Samsung at a speed of 20 Mbps. Under this technology, Bluetooth will be used to pair the devices, while WiFi service will be used for the phone to phone data transfer.
To challenge Apple’s AirDrop service for high-speed data transfer, Google has already launched the Nearby service. This service works on Android 6.0 supported devices or above.