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Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo (and Realme) collaborate to bring about a new file sharing system

Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo (and most presumably Realme) have collaborated and come up with a mobile direct fast exchange interface that supports cross-brand one key file transfer.

There won’t be a need for a third-party file transfer app from now on.

This would eliminate the need for a separate app like ShareIt to transfer files across devices. Furthermore, the transfer speeds (as claimed) will be way faster when compared with the existing file transfer systems.

Right after the announcement, Realme also joined hands in welcoming this news.

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Written by Mukul Sharma

Famous as @stufflistings. Former National Defence Academy Cadet, Mukul Sharma is an Android Lover. He makes Android reviews on Android Updated. You can find him at Android Updated or at Stuff Listings.


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