Four Chinese mobile-phone makers Oppo, Realme, Vivo, and Xiaomi have joined forces to offer a super-fast mode of file transfer between Android phones.
Realme recently started rolling out its brand new, Android 10 based skin, Realme UI.

The TU team has tested the sharing apps, Using a video file of 3GB the test was conduct, these are the conclusions which were found.

Realme Share

When transfering file from Realme, the speeds were great between the two Realme devices running on Realme UI. The transfer took 4 minutes and 38 seconds, which means the file was transferred at an average speed of 11.05 MB/s.

Mi share
Compared to the Bluetooth or any other third-party apps, the Mi Share offers higher file transfer speed. And its max transfer speed can reach 82MB/s according to official introduction. In addition, the Mi Share has no limitation to the number of files, file size, or file type, so it’s very convenient to use.

Normally, Xender’s transfer speed varies, depending on the build of your device (and those of connected devices). Slow transfer speed on Xender could be caused by one, some or all of the following factors:
1-Proximity of connected devices
2-Wi-Fi interference from multiple sources
3-Low RAM
4-Device’s OS
5-Device’s storage writing pace.
6-Malware or bug attack

Files by Google.

Favorite method to share files between Android devices without too much hassle. I was expecting the performance here to be somewhere around what I got with Xender, or maybe slightly higher, but surprisingly, Files by Google turned out to be the fastest transfer method so far, transferring the entire 3GB file in just 2 minutes and 36 seconds with an average speed of 19.69 MB/s.

ShareIt’s performance was worse when transferring the file. Shareit took approximately 9 minutes to finish the transfer at an average speed of 5.78 MB/s. That’s slow as compared to the speeds achieved by other file sharing technique.

AirDrop isn’t just for photos. You can use it to transfer almost anything that you can share.AirDrop.It lets you quickly and easily transfer files between iPhones, iPads, and Macs.

  • It already had the ability to share files wirelessly without being connected to the Internet, but now it utilizes 5 GHz Wi-Fi direct to achieve speeds of 490 Mbps.
  • AirDrop lets you quickly and easily transfer files between iPhones, iPads, and Macs.

AirDrop is definitely the winners

when it comes to simple speed tests

Realme Share, Mi Share, and Oppo Share are working pretty well. True, the speeds aren’t as fast as AirDrop, but they are definitely good enough.

The above test were conduct by teams over different phones, and may vary in you phones due to reasons like chipset, ram and processor. For better performance of sharing apps keep them updated.