Last year, Vivo, OPPO and Xiaomi created the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, a wireless file transfer system between smartphones of different brands. Now there is information that this technology will be supported by Samsung devices.
According to a report online, the Korean manufacturer has entered the alliance and will now also be able to use the technology in its smartphones alongside Xiaomi, Vivo, Realme, OPPO, Black Shark, Meizu, OnePlus, ZTE, Hisense, Asus and ROG devices.
As a reminder, the system does not require an internet connection. Instead, it uses Bluetooth for pairing and Wi-Fi P2P technology for data exchange. The technology will allow you to send and receive files ranging from photos, videos and ending with music with documents. The average data transfer rate reaches 20 MB/s.
By the way, Samsung also has a similar system for their devices called Quick Share.