ASUS Zenfone 10 to be the last Zenfone as company shuts division

ASUS Zenfone 10 made its global debut back in late June, and just made its way into the United States. ASUS recently opened the pre-orders for the Zenfone 10.  But the latest report suggests ASUS Zenfone 10 marks the end of the series, as the company may have pulled the plug on the lineup.  No more Zenfone models from ASUS Technews Taiwan has reported that ASUS is in the process of internal restructuring, and due to that, the company is shutting down certain departments. One of the unfortunate victims of this shutdown is the Zenfone division, which has reportedly been shut down. Employees from the said division have been absorbed into the ROG Phone team and other parts of the business. The report further states the Zenfone 10 will be the last Zenfone from ASUS. There will be no successor next year. The report also discusses other incidents from earlier this month, when ASUS stopped Zenfone owners from bootloader unlocks. Image: KnowTechie via Evan Blass However, the company stated that they are not going to block bootloader unlocking. The tool is currently unavailable.  Another incident happened a few weeks ago when ASUS community members noticed that ASUS had removed all the older Zenfone firmware from its website. The community moderator stated that ASUS is not providing older firmware versions or downgrade packages to ensure users remain on up-to-date firmware. These incidents don’t really point to the shutdown of ASUS’s Zenfone division. But they do indicate something fishy was going on…ASUS Zenfone 10 to be the last Zenfone as company shuts division

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