Chinese mobile phone manufacturers, including Meizu, OnePlus, Realme and Black Shark, announced today that they have joined the File Transfer Alliance to bring users a better file sharing and transfer experience.
This will allow different brands of phones to transfer files to each other without installing third-party apps.
It supports multiple file formats without consuming traffic.
In August last year, Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo announced the formation of the file transfer alliance to achieve cross-brand one-click transfer.
It adopts mobile peer-to-peer fast transfer protocol, multiple formats can be transferred to each other in one key, with fast pairing, low consumption and stability, no traffic, high-speed transfer (20MB/s) and other features.
Current members of the alliance include Xiaomi, OPPO, vivo, OnePlus, Realme, Black Shark, and Meizu.