Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo launch a common file sharing system. Android 10, ColorOS, Mi Share, MIUI 11, Oppo, Oppo Share, Vivo, Xiaomi, File Sharing Last summer, announced the creation of a new file-sharing system between the smartphones of the three brands. Now they are launching it.
It became known that the new service has already become available to some gadgets of Chinese manufacturers. Instead of creating a separate application, the developers worked to implement a file transfer system in their Android shells. It is reported that right now it can be tested by users of Xiaomi smartphones running on MIUI 11 (versions of Android 9 Pie and Android 10) launch a common. This features them is called Mi Share.
In the case of Oppo, the new service is available on the Reno 2, Reno 10X Zoom and F11 Pro models. Smartphones must be controlled by ColorOS 7 based on Android 10. They have this feature called Oppo Share. Vivo has just announced that they are preparing to begin distributing this service on their gadgets in February, but specific models are not called. As the developers explained, the new file-sharing protocol between Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo devices uses Bluetooth to pair smartphones, and WiFi P2P to transfer files at a speed of 20 MB / s. You do not need an internet connection.