Three of the world’s top smartphone manufacturers – Vivo, OPPO and Xiaomi – recently formed an alliance and set up a “mutual transmission service” for its users.
The three agreed on a mutual file transfer service that will allow cross-brand one-button transmission of files across participating brands without the need for a third-party application. The service will support multiple file formats with high-speed and stable transfers.
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It’s safe to assume the service will work somewhat like Apple’s Air Drop or Huawei Share, and uses Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, and other protocols to achieve transfer speeds of up to 20Mbps.
Moreover, it was stated that the new feature will be open to other manufacturers who wish to be a part of the alliance.
The new alliance was announced by MIUI on Weibo. The service could launch as soon as the end of August.