Today, three of the top 5 smartphone manufacturers in China announced a cooperation. Specifically, Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo jointly launched a mutual file transfer service. This alliance aims to bring a better file transmission experience to users across the participating platforms. According to the official introduction, smartphones of the three brands can access cross-brand one-key mutual transmission without installing third-party applications. The inter-transmission supports a variety of file formats with high-speed and stable transfers.
This feature would rely on Bluetooth, NFC, and other protocols while the speed can reach 20MB/s. Today, MIUI officially announced this alliance and said that it could go online at the end of August. With one button, transfers between these brands are possible using mobile point-to-point fast transmission protocol. In addition, it also has the advantages of fast matching, low consumption, and stability.
Subsequently, Lu Weibing, general manager of the Redmi brand, forwarded MIUI’s Weibo message and said: “Welcome other friends to join for better user experience.”. This shows that the feature is open to other manufacturers that wish to join. According to IDC’s latest report, in Q2 2019, Vivo, Oppo, and Xiaomi rank second, third and fourth respectively. Vivo ranks second with 18.3 million units shipment and a market share of 18.7%. Oppo follows closely with 18.2 million units and a market share of 18.6% while Xiaomi is fourth with shipments of 11.7 million units and a market share of 11.9%. What do you think about the cooperation between Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo?