Recently google announced Nearby share for Android devices, just like IOS airdrop feature. This Feature will help android user to share files to nearby devices. This feature is right now in beta testing and is not available to everyone as of now but if you want to test this feature. You can proceed further to the steps and enable it.
Android Nearby can be enabled only through Google play services, You have to install google play services from the link below or signup for the beta testing on google play. link is given here. I have tested it on OnePlus 6T running on Android 10 and it is working fine. Just install the google play services given here and install, after that reboot once.
After rebooting, Go to your file manager or gallery from where you want to share the file. You will see the icon of Nearby.
click on that icon and allow the required permissions and here you go. You have enabled the Nearby share in Android device
Nearby Sharing integrates with the Android Share Sheet, instead of an unfamiliar interface, it’s instantly recognisable . You won’t get lost or confused, it’s simple and consistent with the current Share Sheet implementation.
When sharing a file, the Share Sheet will morph to show any nearby devices underneath, you can then simply select the person or device you want to send your file to. On the receiving device, you simply have to accept the transfer, which can appear as a notification or when toggling the notification quick toggle. Without accept the transfer, the process will simply fail, leaving you to start or try again.
Just try it and let us know if it works for you. In case you need any help, let us know in comment section . We will be happy to help you.