OnePlus, Realme, Meizu, Blackshark join the P2P Transmission Alliance
The year began with a press release from China, confirming that Oppo, vivo, and Xiaomi have officially launched a joint cooperation for wireless file transfers and have called themselves Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance.
Starting today, four more brands join the party - OnePlus, Realme, Meizu, and Blackshark.
The seamless file transfer platform is aiming to enable speedy cross-brand exchange of data. It pairs through Bluetooth, but media and other files transfer through Wi-Fi at 20 MB/s rates. With the wider adoption of 5G connectivity, files become increasingly larger and sometimes a standard BT file exchange is not enough.
The P2P transfer option should be available in the Share sub-menu, but for now it is appearing only on non-global devices. While Meizu is a completely new company and fresh addition to the alliance, the arrival of OnePlus and Realme is not surprising - both brands are part of the big BBK portfolio where Oppo and vivo are also a key part. BlackShark with its unique Joy UI is a similar case - it is a gaming subsidiary of Xiaomi.
- 02 Mar 2021
P2P file exchange means... Oppo/Mi/Other Chinese brands -> Chinese government -> People They really do think people believes this chain of happiness? Of course they do. People stupid, never ask...
- 24 May 2020
It is surprise that Meizu is join because Meizu is only popular in China n Russia. Many country doesn't know Meizu.
- 23 May 2020
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