Samsung and Microsoft have announced that they are preparing to release Quick Share for Windows 10. A similar AirDrop feature in the Apple ecosystem will now come to Galaxy models with Samsung Quick Share.
This feature, also called Quick Share, was released about a year ago when it was released with the Galaxy S20 flagship series. Quick Share, an excellent feature that mimics Apple’s AirDrop, enables easy and direct file transfer between Galaxy devices over the end-to-end Wi-Fi network. Now this feature will come in Windows 10.
This will allow Galaxy smartphone and tablet users to quickly share files between their mobile devices and Windows 10 PCs. However, it is not clear when the Windows 10 application will be released.
With the breakthroughs of Samsung and Microsoft, Galaxy phone and PC will be able to transfer data between them if they are connected to the same Wi-Fi / Ethernet network. Thanks to the end-to-end encryption method, you will be able to transfer any file, photo, video or document directly within seconds.
This is actually the only problem with Android. Manufacturers do not work for a common solution. Everyone is producing a solution according to their own mind. OPPO, Xiaomi and Vivo had a partnership for a while, but there was no sound from it.
Android phone manufacturers need to be gathered on a common denominator for common transactions. This will be very beneficial for all users. It seems more logical to establish the ecosystem within Android, not within itself.