Vivo, OPPO, Xiaomi to roll out a collaborative File Transfer System

Major smartphone players Vivo, OPPO and Xiaomi collaborate to bring a new protocol of seamless file transfer among their respective smartphone models. This file transfer system is dubbed as the “Peer-to-Peer File Transfer Alliance” which enables cross-brand transfer in a seamless fashion.

This file transfer system is established to provide users unparallel experience in transferring files without the need of installing third party applications. You don’t even need to have cellular data to do so. On top of that, this supports a wide range of files which includes images, videos, documents, to name a few.

The system uses Bluetooth and WiFi Peer-to-Peer technology for transfer, and fast and reliable connectivity among devices. The file transfer speed is averaging 20MB/s; the WiFi P2P is also defined as a non-intrusive connection. This means that you can still continue your WiFi-based activities while transferring files.

The Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance is a collective commitment between Vivo, OPPO and Xiaomi to drive the next generation of mobile experience. Together, the three brands will continue to openly collaborate to deliver new technological breakthroughs. The Alliance is also looking forward to welcoming more brands to participate and expand the ecosystem in the future.

This feature will be rolled out to Vivo smartphones starting February 2020. We are yet to have a word on the availability to OPPO and Xiaomi smartphones.
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