The tech titan Samsung is much popular for its epic way of sculpting and adorns to their mobile phones. They have been standing on the embellished podium for ages with a persistent tech race with their gigantic competitors.

The South Korean tech giant has introduced Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 in the month of February with stunning features like Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G (5nm) with an internal memory of 256 GB along with 12GB RAM.

Now, it has also supported a ‘Mutual transmission alliance.’ It means we share actual files with high speed without facing any hindrance, including signal traffic issues. This is an immensely great feature for data transfer to different mobile phone brands. It has completely clung to mobile phone’s Bluetooth to share files. It has merely a file transfer speed of 20 to 25Mbps.

Android phones did not have a good “air drop” function which can transfer files among different brands from a system level. To make things smoother Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo two years ago founded a “mutual transmission alliance” to create a channel that will support multiple file formats and will provide a high-speed file sharing experience without any stability or signal traffic issues. Other Android smartphone brands have been invited to join the group and Samsung is the latest addition.

While other brands are ventured through the concept of ‘Mutual transmission alliance,’ people came to know that Samsung is sprinting backward in this particular concept. Given circumstances, Samsung has now tied up with eminent Chinese tech companies to set forth further development.

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