This week at CES 2022, unveiled a plethora of new products. Samsung debuted its future televisions, Acer debuted new computers, and Asus debuted its first foldable notebook. In addition, Xiaomi unveiled the 11i HyperCharge smartphone in India, while Vivo unveiled two new phones. For its users, Reliance Jio has launched the UPI Autopay service. In addition, the government issued a Rs 653 crore import duty evasion notice to Xiaomi India.
The Reliance industries have launched UPI Autopay
In collaboration with the National Payments Corporation of India, the UPI Autopay service was launched (NPCI). As a result, Jio claims to be the first telecom operator to implement this capability.
Customers of Reliance Jio can use the UPI Autopay service, both prepaid and post-paid. In addition, reliance Jio consumers may utilize UPI Autopay to set up standing instructions for auto-debit for their pricing plans.
Samsung introduces new monitors and tiny LED and Neo QLED TVs
The Odyssey Neo G8, Smart Monitor M8, and High-Resolution Monitor S8 are Samsung’s latest monitor lineup. The Odyssey Neo G8 is the first monitor in the world to provide a 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution, 1000R curved screen, 240Hz refresh rate, and 1ms response time. There win addition, there are three screen sizes available for the Micro LED TVs: 110-inch, 101-inch, and 89-inch.
Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge smartphone with 120W rapid charging
The Xiaomi 11i, on the other hand, supports 67W rapid charging. The pair is powered by a MediaTek CPU and runs on Android. The devices are rebranded versions of Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 11 Pro+ and Redmi Note 11 Pro smartphones, released in China last year.The Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge 5G comes in two models: 6GB+128GB and 8GB+128GB, with pricing beginning at Rs 26,999 and Rs 28,999, respectively. On the other hand, the Xiaomi 11i 5G costs Rs 24,999 for the 6GB RAM model and Rs 26,999 for the 8GB RAM model.
The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED is the world’s first folding laptop
The laptop’s price has yet to be disclosed, but it will be available for purchase in the second half of 2022. A full-size Asus ErgoSense Bluetooth keyboard and touchpad are also included with the Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED.
Rs 653 crore import duty
According to an official announcement, Xiaomi’s India unit has been slapped with a Rs 653 crore notice for alleged import duty evasion. Xiaomi In addition, India has been issued a show-cause notice following the discovery of papers during inspections on its facilities that revealed remittance of royalty and license fees to the US and Chinese entities following contractual commitments, according to the union finance ministry.
According to evidence gathered by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) during investigations, neither Xiaomi India nor its contract manufacturers included the amount of royalty paid by the company in the assessable value of the goods imported by the company and its contract manufacturers, which is illegal under customs law, according to the ministry.