Samsung mobiles are waiting for a major innovation for sending files

AirDrop, Nearby Share, Quick Share… do you know these names? These are environments that provide convenient direct file transfer from one mobile phone to another on phones. The first named helper is part of the iOS system, the second was introduced quite recently by Google and is part of pure Android. The latter runs on Samsung phones with the One UI extension and takes care of transfers between the brand's mobile phones. It now has a very significant promotion to the Mutual Transmission Alliance or MTA.

The alliance is a group of companies Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, ASUS, Black Shark, Hisense, MEIZU, OnePlus, Realme, or ZTE, which have long agreed to use a common environment for sending files directly between phones. The owners of these mostly Chinese mobile phones have a much easier life in this respect. They can send files across at a rate of about 20 megabits per second, which is like an average WiFi connection. And soon people with Samsung phones will probably join them.

Mentions of adding Quick Share to the MTA for much more universal file transfer have appeared on the Weibo social network. They have not yet been confirmed, but neither refuted. In addition, the graphics look quite believable. It can be assumed that the Korean company, which is the most successful mobile phone manufacturer in the world, will officially announce this innovation at MWC 2021.

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