A new data transmission system from an Apple iPhone 5 can be easily transmitted over the wireless network from a Samsung smartphone.
The new method, which uses Bluetooth, is called Wi-Fi Direct and it works by using Wi-FI (wireless networking protocol) to send data between two devices, even though it is still a wireless data transmission.
It’s not the first wireless data transfer method to be created for use in the home, but it’s the first to be implemented by a smartphone.
Wi-fi Direct has also been used to transmit a video from a Galaxy S4 to a smartphone for several years, and there’s also an Android-based version, called WiWi.
While Bluetooth has become more common for wireless data, Wi-FDI is a much more widely adopted wireless technology, and the Samsung Galaxy is the first phone to use it.
The latest news on the Samsung-Apple battle: Apple has a patent on a new wireless data transmitting method that could potentially allow Samsung phones to use data over the network from other devices.
According to the patent, the wireless data transmitter can be used to send a device-specific message between two connected devices, such as an iPhone and a Samsung phone, in order to provide an “interactive, interactive communication.”
This means the device-based message could be displayed on the phone or displayed on a web page, for example, so that users of the connected devices can see the message they’re receiving.
The communication will be performed on the same wireless network, so the device will have to be connected to the same WiFi network in order for the message to be sent.
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 is expected to be the first Samsung smartphone to support the new method.
Samsung has not yet responded to the new patent, which was filed back in February and was published on February 23, 2018.
Samsung and Apple will likely be in a position to fight the patent because the Samsung device has already been approved by the US Federal Communications Commission, meaning it could be available for purchase in the US and elsewhere in the world soon.
The patent has been submitted to the US Patent and Trademark Office for review, and is expected by the end of the year.
Samsung may soon introduce a new, “unexpected” wireless data technology to the Galaxy S series.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was launched in September 2017 and was one of the first smartphones to support Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).
This Bluetooth Low energy technology was originally designed to allow devices to communicate with each other, and Samsung has now launched a wireless transmission technology that is completely different from Bluetooth Low Energies (BLE) technologies.
In addition, the new technology is able to work over Wi-Gig, which is an extremely low-power wireless technology that can be deployed on mobile networks and that works in conjunction with Bluetooth Low eEnergies.