Xiaomi, Redmi, Oppo, Realme, Vivo Users Can Now Transfer Files Without Internet At 20 Mbps Speed!
In an interesting move which has surprised tech observers, major three major smartphone brands: Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo have joined forces for enabling cross-brand file transfer.
Hence, without using Internet, users of these smartphone brands can transfer file at a speed of upto 20 Mbps.
How will it work?
Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo Join Forces For File Transfer
Xiaomi has announced the launch of Inter-Transfer Alliance group (roughly translated from Chinese), which has been joined by Oppo and Vivo.
The rise of this new Alliance is significant, since now, users of these three smartphone brands can seamlessly transfer data and files between each other, without using Internet.
As of now, Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo are officially part of this alliance. Hence, we can assume that Realme and Redmi are also part of this alliance, users of these 5 brands can transfer files, seamlessly.
Advantage Of Inter-Transfer Alliance group
Without having any Internet coverage or data pack, users of these three smartphone brands can now transfer data at 20 Mbps speed.
This Alliance will use Bluetooth as the medium for file transferring, which will include songs, movies, images, videos and more.
To give a perspective, a 720p movie can be easily transferred under 2 minutes, using high speed Bluetooth.
Apple’s Airdrop Type File Transfer Service?
Apple has AirDrop feature, which is widely used among iPhone and MacBook, iPad users.
Using AirDrop, any Apple user of iPhone or iPad or Macbook can transfer files among one another, without using Internet. Airdrop uses both WiFi and Bluetooth for file transfers.
However, creating an Airdrop type feature for Android was very tough, since every smartphone brand uses their own version of Android, making compatibility extremely difficult and technically very tough.
However, Xiaomi took this as a challenge, and developed a unique platform for file transfer, which has been supported by Vivo, Oppo as well.
In India, Xiaomi, along with Oppo and Vivo has captured more than 50% market share. Once this alliance for file transfer goes live after August, 2019, users of these brands can find file transfer extremely easy and seamless.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in.