As of last summer we know that Google is working on another Apple & # 39; s AirDrop system that works like Universal's way to transfer files between Android devices. But that is not the end. Shortly after knowing the first details of Google's tool, called Nearby Sharing, other companies decided to join the same boat again create your own file transfer solutions, starting with OPPO, Xiaomi and Vivo.
But the three giants of Chinese origin are also not alone. As they found in the _XDA-Developers section, Samsung will follow in using the system for sending and receiving files between Galaxy series devices, apparently they can come under the name Samsung Share Quick.
Fast Sharing will allow you to transfer files between Galaxy devices
The tool in question is intended to transfer files without the need for wires between devices. Unfortunately, unlike Google's nearby sharing feature, It will work on any Android or ChromeOS device as long as you have the necessary Google Play services, Samsung Quick Share will only allow you to export files between the Galaxy terminals.
Its performance won't be much different from other tools of this type. As they point out XDA, Quick Assignment will allow select the nearest Galaxy device to collaborate on, and share files of all kinds, whether pho tos, videos, audio or documents. The exciting detail lies in the possibility transfer files only through communication devices
Further details of this work integration with Samsung Cloud, which will allow you to temporarily save files to the cloud, to be downloaded later by other devices in the Samsung Items ecosystem. Obviously, there will be a size limit of 1 GB per file, and the transfer will be limited to a maximum of 2 GB each day.
Everything points The new Samsung Galaxy S20 will be the first models to install Quick share, given that the tool has been released in the firmware compatible with one of the new phones.
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