Black Shark, Meizu, OnePlus, and Realme have joined the “Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance” which already has three early members Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi. The consortium has developed a native wireless file transfer protocol that is claimed to offer seamless cross-brand file transfer. The experience introduced by the protocol announced in China in August 2019 and launched for global Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi users in February this year is consistent with how the AirDrop functionality works on Apple devices.
with the advent of Black shark, Meizu, Oneplus, And My true form In the peer-to-peer transmission alliance, the cross-brand solution will reach around 400 million users. Four companies Announced New development via their official accounts on Weibo on Thursday.
Wireless file transfer system that was First available As Mi share On Xiaomi Devices and OPPO Share On Opposition The phone uses Bluetooth for fast pairing and offers an average transfer speed of 20 MB per second for Wi-Fi P2P (peer-to-peer) connectivity for data transfer. It also does not interrupt the existing Wi-Fi connection of the device, meaning that users can continue to transfer their files using proprietary protocols as well as Internet access via Wi-Fi.
Along with enabling high-speed transfer, the wireless system supports multiple file formats and does not require any dedicated app – works natively on devices. At the end of last month, Black Shark Announced The release of Joy UI 11 which will come with the new file transfer protocol. Meizu, OnePlus, and Realme are also expected to offer new experiences through their future software updates.
The experience offered by the peer-to-peer transmission alliance is similar to Apple’s AirDrop Which was introduced back in July 2011 as a special file transfer protocol Mac OS And Ios equipment. Google also has an AirDrop competitor in works for some time It will be the first film Android 11 As Fast share later this year.
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