The P2P (Peer to Peer) technology for data transfer between Realme, Vivo, Xiaomi and Oppo phones does not require internet connectivity and relies on Bluetooth for fast pairing to transfer files at considerably higher speeds. We have seen a similar ecosystem in Apple devices by the name “AirDrop”. Such a system has been proved to be a great help if it comes as a default feature in the operating system.
This comes under the name “Realme Share” and Realme devices with the latest android 10 have already started receiving this feature. With this, we now have the privilege to not only share multiple file-formats between two devices of the same brand but will also allow users to exchange files between devices of any of the 4 brands in any combination.
Realme UI: How to use Realme share
- Swipe down the notification panel and look for “Realme Share”
- You will see this, read it to understand how to works.
- Select the files you wish to share, you will find the nearby devices, tap the user you want to share your files with and woosh! It’s shared in a flash!
This is all about the new cross-brand file transfer solution that Realme has to offer this time. Existing devices that are in the pipeline of receiving the Realme UI based on Android 10 will get this feature. Stay tuned to our community to witness the astonishing growth of Realme in the technology domain. A brand that listens to its fans!
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