In January Asus was planning to launch its new Zenfone 4 series in May. Yet the Taiwanese company is now having a change of plans and is postponing the release to the end of July because of “design overhaul and efficiency upgrades”.
Jerry Shen, Asus CEO, said the Zenfone 4 smartphones would arrive in Q3 2017 with competitive prices, aiming to turn around the money-losing phone business of the company. Preliminary financial results show Asus is struggling with operating loss but will swing back to profitability by the end of 2017.
The upcoming Zenfone 4 series will have a flagship phone with 5.5” display and a NT$15,000 (almost $500) price tag. This device will be the first of many to enrich the product line.
Shen also revealed that MWC 2018 is going to be the place where Asus will unveil its first Zenfone 5 device.
The simple task of Asus Zenfone is to stop its enormous quantity of bloatware. Stop trying to be the mother of all utilities apps and keep the apps lean and simple. What I want is connectivity with the pc to transfer photos (to and from), good ring ...
very soon by Q1 2018. Its phone lacked the ability to update to newer OS and its system prevented me from updating. So I stayed put and use until the 601KL dies out itself. Look for other brands for guaranteed updates like xiaomi. My redmi note 1 i...
days are over now for asus, atleast in india... goodbye, sooner you'll join Sony like brands list due to arrogant pricing & hybrid slot adaptation.