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The Chinese authorities took up the streamers. Under the new regulations issued by the China Cyberspace Administration, the State Administration of Taxation and the State Administration for Market Regulation, streaming platforms are required to report their live broadcasts twice a year, including information such as personal user IDs, bank account and income.

China to tax donations received by streamers

Moreover, the platforms must also deduct personal income tax from the income of individuals received from live broadcasts. Simply put, China imposes a tax on donations, since they are the ones that bring income to streamers. This also includes all sales of various products during streams.

Previously, the tax authorities did not know when you became a streamer, because information about live streaming platforms was not shared with the tax authorities. Now streamers have nowhere to hide

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The new rules also prohibit the use of exaggerated or misleading marketing practices in live broadcasts.

The source notes that, according to a number of streamers, they usually evade paying taxes. Previously, the state did not control this area of ​​activity, that is, everyone decided the issue of paying taxes as they saw fit. Now everything will change.

Streaming platforms are reportedly expecting a downturn in this area amid uncertainty over new tax policies. Tencent Music Entertainment said its first-quarter results were under pressure from tax restrictions. Last year, the company generated nearly two-thirds of its revenue from social entertainment.

There have been tax changes in the industry that have actually increased the cost of doing business for many live streaming platforms, so some of them need to adjust their level of activity.

At the same time, Tencent believes that regulation of the industry will help it grow in a healthy and stable manner.

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Screen 10.6 inches with a resolution of 2K, 4 speakers, 7700 mAh and two cameras of 8 megapixels. Specifications of inexpensive tablet Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad 2022

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Screen 106 inches with a resolution of 2K 4 speakers

Lenovo will be hosting a big event in China early next week with many new Xiaoxin, Yoga and Legion series laptops and tablets. One of them will be Xiaoxin Pad 2022, and its specifications have already been fully revealed. There are no prices yet, but the hardware platform is far from the top Snapdragon 680, so this device will definitely not be expensive.

Screen 10.6 inches with a resolution of 2K, 4 speakers, 7700 mAh and two cameras of 8 megapixels.  Specifications of inexpensive tablet Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad 2022

Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad 2022 features 10.6-inch 2000 x 1200 pixel 60Hz IPS screen, four speakers, Wi-F 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.1, USB-C port, standard headphone jack , microSD card slot up to 1 TB. The battery capacity was 7700 mAh, it supports 20 W charging. There are two cameras, the resolution of the front and the main one is the same – 8 megapixels.

Dimensions Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad 2022 – 251.2 x 158.8 x 7.45 mm, weight – 465 grams. The tablet has two memory configurations: 4/64 GB and 6/128 GB. Apparently, this device will not have a version with an LTE modem.

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This is how the 54-megapixel Honor 70 matrix camera shoots. Sample photos

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This is how the 54 megapixel Honor 70 matrix camera shoots

Honor has published on the Web examples of photos taken by the camera of the Honor 70 smartphone – the premiere of models in this line is scheduled for May 30. Photos look good, there is even an image taken in difficult conditions with bright backlight. But there are no examples of night photos yet.

This is how the 54-megapixel Honor 70 matrix camera shoots. Sample photos

This is how the 54-megapixel Honor 70 matrix camera shoots. Sample photos
This is how the 54-megapixel Honor 70 matrix camera shoots. Sample photos

However, will the same 54-megapixel Sony IMX800 1/1.49-inch optical sensor be in every model in the series? Most probably not. It is logical to use it in the top-end Honor 70 Pro and Honor 70 Pro +, while the younger model of the line will obviously use a not so large sensor.

This is how the 54-megapixel Honor 70 matrix camera shoots. Sample photos

With regard to single-chip systems, there is more certainty. The base Honor 70 is assigned the just-announced Snapdragon 7 Gen 1, the Honor 70 Pro will receive the MdeiaTek Dimensity 8000, and the Honor 70 Pro + will use the top-end Dimensity 9000 SoC. Older models will also support 100W fast wired charging.

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Named smartphones Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco, which will receive MIUI 13.5

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Named smartphones Xiaomi Redmi and Poco which will receive MIUI

A source specializing in leaks about Xiaomi smartphones has published a list of the company’s models that will receive the MIUI 13.5 interface. Alas, not very good news for users of many Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco smartphones, whose devices have only been updated to Android 11: these models will not receive MIUI 13.5.

Named smartphones Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco, which will receive MIUI 13.5

The list of such smartphones is as follows:

  • Mi 9, 9 SE, 9 Lite, 9 Pro;
  • Mi 9T, Mi 9T Pro;
  • Mi CC9, Mi CC9 Meitu;
  • Redmi K20, K20 Pro, K20 Pro Premium;
  • Redmi Note 8, Note 8T, Note 8 Pro;
  • Redmi 9A, 9AT, 9i, 9C;
  • POCO C3, C31.

And here are the lists of models that will receive the MIUI 13.5 update. The source broke them down into brands:

Xiaomi:

  • Xiaomi 12;
  • Xiaomi 12 Pro;
  • Xiaomi 12X;
  • Xiaomi 12 Ultra;
  • Xiaomi 12 Lite;
  • Xiaomi 11T;
  • Xiaomi 11T Pro;
  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 4G;
  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G;
  • Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE;
  • Xiaomi Mi 11;
  • Xiaomi Mi 11i;
  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra;
  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro;
  • Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro;
  • Xiaomi Mix 4;
  • Xiaomi Mix Fold;
  • Xiaomi MIX Fold 2;
  • Xiaomi Civi;
  • Xiaomi Civi 1S;
  • Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite;
  • Xiaomi Mi 10;
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro;
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite;
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom;
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra;
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T;
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite.

Redmi:

  • Redmi Note 11;
  • Redmi Note 11 4G;
  • Redmi Note 11T;
  • Redmi Note 11 Pro;
  • Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G;
  • Redmi Note 11S;
  • Redmi Note 11 Pro;
  • Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G;
  • Redmi Note 10 Pro;
  • Redmi Note 10;
  • Redmi Note 10T (Japan);
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G;
  • Redmi K50;
  • Redmi K50 Pro;
  • Redmi K50 Gaming;
  • Redmi K40S;
  • Redmi K40 Pro;
  • Redmi K40 Pro+;
  • Redmi K40;
  • Redmi K40 Gaming;
  • Redmi K30S Ultra;
  • Redmi K30 4G;
  • Redmi K30 Pro;
  • Redmi Note 8 2021;
  • Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G;
  • Redmi 10C;
  • Redmi 10A;
  • Redmi 10 Power;
  • Redmi 10;
  • Redmi 10 Prime;
  • Redmi 10 Prime 2022;
  • Redmi 10 2022;
  • Redmi Note 11E;
  • Redmi Note 11E Pro;
  • Redmi Note 11T Pro;
  • Redmi Note 11T Pro+.

Poco:

  • Poco M4 Pro 4G;
  • Poco M4;
  • Poco X4 Pro 5G;
  • Poco M4 Pro 5G;
  • Poco X3 Pro;
  • Poco X3 GT;
  • Poco X4 GT;
  • Poco X4 GT+;
  • Poco F4;
  • Poco F4 Pro;
  • Poco F3;
  • Poco F3 GT;
  • Poco C40;
  • Poco C40+.

As you can see, these lists are as up to date as possible – they include models that have not even been presented yet, like Redmi Note 11T Pro and Xiaomi 12 Ultra. But both MIUI 13.5 and MIUI 14 will definitely receive these new items, so including them in the lists of models for which MIUI 13.5 will be released is fully justified.

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