Chinese company Xioami, Oppo and Vivo are working on creating a wireless data service, writes the Verge with reference to the Xiaomi WeChat. “Three of the largest manufacturer of smartphones in China are working together on a new wireless file transfer Protocol that would work between their devices. Xiaomi MIUI, ColorOS from Oppo and Vivo FuntouchOS — will work with the system, according to an official Xiaomi”, — said portal. According to The Verge, the Protocol will use Bluetooth and Wi-FI to pair the devices and maintain the transfer rate to 20 MB / s. Other smartphone makers can also join in the creation of the service. Its a beta version of the service must be released by the end of this month, concludes The Verge. In early July, the portal Digital Trends reported that smartphones running Android will soon be able fast Fast data transfer Share the same AirDrop from Apple. Fast Share allows you to transfer images, URLS, text, and other files on smartphones running Android without the need to connect to the Internet.
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