Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo founded the "Peer-to-Peer Transfer Alliance" last summer. With OnePlus, Realme, BlackShark and Meizu, four other Chinese manufacturers have now joined the alliance.
The "peer-to-peer transfer alliance" is a file-charging feature, which is basically a copy of Apple Airdrop. This is to make the file exchange between Android smartphones from different manufacturers as simple and "seamless" as possible.
However, this is not an app, but the technology is also included in the operating systems of the respective manufacturers. According to the press release , 400 million users will be able to use the feature.
The transfer speed of up to 20 MBps is extremely fast, much faster than the transfer via Bluetooth. The data is transferred via Wifi P2P or Wifi Direct without a third-party access point.
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