Samsung is working on an AirDrop competitor called Quick Share for its Galaxy phones, based on XDA Developers. The publication was able to receive a copy of the characteristic’s APK from a supply who reportedly has a Galaxy S20+ 5G, if that’s undoubtedly the phone’s official name, so Quick Share might launch with Samsung’s subsequent flagships. Identical to AirDrop, it will give you a simple way to transfer files between two Galaxy phones. You will also in a position to decide on whether or not to permit your contacts solely to share data with you or to allow everybody nearby to send you memes, videos, and other things.
You will additionally be capable of using Quick Share to stream files to supported SmartThings devices. To take action, it first has to briefly add files to Samsung Cloud after which stream them to a SmartThings device — take notice, although, that this characteristic appears to be limited to 1GB per send for a complete of up to 2GB per day.
Since Samsung has but to formally announce the characteristic, it is nonetheless unclear if it can additionally make its way to older telephones. We might discover out on February 11th at a Galaxy Unpacked event where the tech big is expected to reveal its next flagship devices.
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