OnePlus, the Black Shark, Realme and Meizu are part of the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance @BitFeedCo.

Founded by Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo, the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance promises to bring a common standard of connectivity from smartphone to smartphone to transfer data in a fast way by exploiting both the WiFi and the Bluetooth (a kind of rival AirDrop Apple). This alliance, however, is not fixed, so that, in the last few hours OnePlus, Black Shark, the Realme, and Meizu have announced their union.

The alliance was announced in August of last year and it wasn’t very long because for the first few smartphones to acquire compatibility. At the time, Xiaomi announced that he would welcome “more brands to join us” and it looks like it took a long time.

OnePlus, the Black Shark, Realme, and Meizu have taken advantage of all the Weibo social network in china), in what is clearly an ad coordinated with regard to their membership in the alliance. All of them have published post almost identical praise the standard for functionality, performance, and ease of use.

According to the developers XDA, the file sharing protocol used by the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance supports a bandwidth of up to 20 Mbps and in some devices, the Black Shark might already support the standard prior to the announcement of the company to join the alliance (this is because Black Shark is a sort of sub-brand of Xiaomi, with which it shares a lot of resources in terms of Research and Development).

With the arrival of OnePlus, Black Shark, the Realme, and Meizu, the basin of users that embraces the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance has expanded again, now bypassing definitely the wall of the 50% market share. To the appeal for lack Huawei, LG and Samsung, each of which already has a technology to quickly share files in a peer-to-peer.

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OnePlus, the Black Shark, Realme and Meizu are part of the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance @BitFeedCo.