Best news for Asus ZenFone and BlackBerry

Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe is world’s fist Snapdragon 821- powered smartphone
After Qualcomm introduced the upgraded version of Snapdragon 820 processor, the Snapdragon 821, Asus has offiially become the fist company to incorporate it in its device. Asus unveiled Zenfone 3 Deluxe in the beginning of August and the phone is backed by the all-new Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 processor (as the company claims which works 10 per cent faster than its predecessor). The device comes in two variants, one packed with 6GB RAM and the other one packed with 4 GB RAM. The device comes with 64 GB/ 128 GB internal storage which can be further expanded up to a massive 256 GB by using a MicroSD card.

BlackBerry bids farewell to the all time favorite BB classic
The Canadian phone manufacturer BlackBerry has given farewell to one of its all time best seller, BlackBerry classic. The company in the beginning of August announced that the BB classic is being discontinued which was known for its tactile keys and classic looks. The new BlackBerry Classic was launched in 2014 but was not able to get the attention of the users. The Chief Operating Offier and General Manager in a statement mentioned that the company will no longer manufacture the Blackberry classic.

Spectrum auction to witness over Rs.1 lakh crore worth of investment from Telcos
According to the credit rating company Crisil, the spectrum auction in September is likely to see Rs.1 lakh crore worth of investment by the Indian telecom companies. Leadings brands in the race namely, Airtel, Vodafone and idea are expected to account 55-60 per cent of the total spending in the auction. The auction was approved by the Union Cabinet in June and supposedly will be biggest spectrum sale in which the government plans to auction over 2200 MHz of airwaves across 4G bandsand the 2100 MHz 3G band.