Samsung likely to join the Mutual Transfer Alliance team

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Hope you all are familiar with Android’s built-in Nearby Share. Prior to its implementation on a large scale, some of the renowned Android OEMs – Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo introduced a Bluetooth independent file-sharing method that can be implemented universally. It is called Mutual Transfer Alliance or MTA in short. Later on, other companies like Realme and Meizu joined them considering the popularity of the Mutual Transfer Alliance.

The method allows the member-OEM products to exchange files over wireless connectivity with a speed of up to 20 megabytes per second. It gathered so much praise day by day. Some other companies also joined the group recently. Those are ZTE, Hisense, and ASUS.

Now, the team circle is likely to expand more with the engagement of Samsung. As per a renowned leaker Ice Universe, Samsung already joined the team. The leaker also shared an image on Twitter along with the information.


Samsung already has its own file sharing process – Quick Share. Despite that, the company joined the team. The popularity of MTA is probably the main reason behind Samsung’s current step. Joining the team will be beneficial for the users for sure.

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Anupam Modak
A CS Engineer and Tech Enthusiast who likes to fiddle with the latest gadgets and tech happenings around the world.

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