- Tram Ho
If you’re new to the iPhone, you’ll probably be surprised to learn that iOS doesn’t support file sharing via Bluetooth. Instead, users are almost entirely dependent on Apple’s AirDrop application for sending files and documents.
Although it is quite simple and easy to use, AirDrop only supports file transfer between Apple devices. In case you need to send documents to an Android phone, there’s no way you can use email or third-party apps.
As is known, AirDrop uses a combination of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to establish a fast, secure connection between two Apple devices. So far, no similar feature has worked on all Android devices, although each smartphone manufacturer has its own way of sharing files.
To change that, OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi have announced a partnership with each other to create a new tool called “Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance” , which allows peer-to-peer data transfer between devices. their together. Like AirDrop, it also uses a combination of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to transmit information.
With the new feature, users of Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo phones can send files to each other extremely easily with just one touch. It supports various file formats like photos, videos, music, documents … and has a transfer speed of up to 20MB / s, maybe even faster depending on the device you are using. use.
According to statistics from market research firm Counterpoint , the three smartphone manufacturers currently account for nearly 50% of the market share in China. If this technology is put into practice, this will be an extremely useful tool for users and can develop more widely in the future.
Source : Genk