Vivo, OPPO, and Xiaomi have announced a collaboration to create a wireless file transfer system for users worldwide. A new technology that has become an initiative of “Unification
Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, provides file transfer between brand devices.
The new system will allow clients of these three brands to transfer files between mobile devices without third-party applications or to connect to the network. Technology supports reception and
sending a wide variety of documents: photos, videos, music and other formats. This step is expected to be widespread in 5G networks, with an average increase expected
file size, along with a variety of content extensions.
The wireless file transfer system does not require an Internet connection. Technology uses Bluetooth for fast communication and P2P (Peer to Peer) Wi-Fi technology for data transmission, creating
stable and high-speed connection between devices at low power consumption. The average data transfer rate is 20 MB / s. In addition, Wi-Fi P2P does not interrupt the current one
Wi-Fi connection, allowing users to stay online while uploading a file.
Users just need to turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and select the files they want to share. After confirmation by another user, the smartphone owner will see the message, and
the selected files will be transferred.
Vivo, OPPO and Xiaomi will continue to work together to create breakthrough mobile solutions. The Alliance also hopes that more will join the initiative in the future
producers to expand the ecosystem.
The wireless file transfer feature will be rolled out to new vivo products in different markets from February 2020.