Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will receive high-speed file transfer technology

On August 5, Samsung will present new flagships of the Galaxy Note 20 family. It would seem that thanks to leaks we already know all the details about smartphones, but Samsung still has aces in its sleeves.

According to insider information, Samsung is launching a new high-speed file transfer technology. An insider calls it UWP, but it might be a mistake because UWP is the Universal Windows Platform. It is possible that the technology is called UWB.

Either way, this wireless technology will allow you to exchange files between devices at high speed. That is, it will be an improved alternative to NFC, as well as Apple AirDrop.

It is reported that the technology will debut in the Galaxy Note 20 smartphones, after which it will be available to other manufacturers.

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