It seems like leaks surrounding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S20 collection aren’t slowing down anytime quickly.
Together with the discharge of the S20, Samsung can be launching a brand new function, it’s rumoured to be known as ‘Quick Share.’ The function is rumoured to work equally to Apple’s AirDrop, which is a wi-fi file-sharing function that transfers information over a Wi-Fi connection.
Similar to several other recent S20 leaks, this newest hearsay comes courtesy of XDA Developers’ Max Weinbach. Weinbach was in a position to get the Fast Share function up and working on a Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy Notice 10, however wasn’t in a position to truly switch any recordsdata with it.
Whereas it’s nonetheless unclear, it’s seemingly Samsung plans to launch this function to a number of of its latest smartphones and tablets by way of an replace to One UI.
Fast Share isn’t set to simply be an AirDrop clone both in keeping with Weinbach’s leak. With Fast Share, recordsdata could be uploaded to the ‘Samsung SmartThings’ Cloud. There’s reportedly a 2GB each day restrict on this function.
Google can be reportedly working by itself model of AirDrop called ‘Nearby Sharing.’
Whereas Samsung is a bit late to the get together with Fast Share, it’s nice to see an Android producer lastly embracing certainly one of iOS’ most helpful options. It’s additionally value noting that Weinbach is behind a recent S20 Ultra render leak.
Samsung is anticipated to disclose its S20 collection of smartphones on February 11th.
Picture credit score: Max Weinbach (XDA Developers)
Supply: Max Weinbach (XDA Developers)
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