OPPO receive the Snapdragon 865 platform and the flagship camera
YouTube channel Concept Creator, which often posts high-quality videos. With three-dimensional models of still unannounced smartphones. He has fantasized about what the next Oppo flagship might look like.
Over the past couple of years, everyone realized that innovative smartphones can bee released not only by Samsung. Apple and Huawei, which are leaders in the mobile device market. Last year, the Oppo Find X was introduced, which received a large screen with narrow frames and not a single camera on the case when folded.
The device really turned out to be interesting, and very soon the Oppo Find X2 smartphone should be-presented. This information was confirmed a few days ago by Oppo vice president Shen Yiren.
The new Oppo Find X2 is expected to-be-released in the first quarter of 2020. He will receive the Snapdragon 865 platform and the flagship camera, backed by Sony’s specially tuned image sensors.
Once again, this video is not official, it only demonstrates one of the possible design options for Oppo Find X2.
Oppo, Xiaomi and Vivo Introduce New Wireless File Transfer System
The technology uses Bluetooth for quick pairing and Wi-Fi P2P (Peer to Peer) technology for data transfer.
Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi have announced the creation of an innovative wireless file transfer system for users around the world. The new technology, which became the initiative of the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance. That provides fast file transfer between brand devices with one touch.
The new system will allow customers of these three brands to easily transfer files between mobile devices. By using a new system file sharing become more reliable. The system transfer data without the use of third-party applications or network connections. The technology supports the reception. And also sending off a wide range of documents: photos, videos, music and other formats. This step was-made in anticipation of the ubiquity of 5G networks. When it is expected to increase the average file size along with an expansion of the variety of content.
Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi have an extensive user base, and such a partnership will benefit a significant number of consumers around the world. For Vivo, this is an opportunity to provide customers with a unique, secure and fast way to wirelessly transfer data. We continue to intend to support strategic initiatives that make life more comfortable for our users around the world. Spark Nee, senior vice president of Vivo.
The wireless file transfer system does not require an internet connection. The technology uses Bluetooth for quick pairing and Wi-Fi P2P (Peer to Peer) technology for data transfer. The average data transfer rate is 20 MB / s. In addition, Wi-Fi P2P does not interrupt the current Wi-Fi connection, allowing users to stay online while transferring a file.
This feature will begin to bee added to manufacturers’ smartphones in various markets from February 2020.
We hope that today we see how the Android file transfer system has been laid out for the needs of consumers today and in the future. According to a press release. The first smartphones with the new system will go on sale in February this year. And there will be new smartphones coming to market in the future.