Asus Zenfone 6/6z has started receiving Android 10 update

Ruben Fields
November 7, 2019

Asus has begun the rollout of Android 10 update for the Asus 6Z in India. The changelog also mentions better privacy and security controls, and smart app support on messages, plus updated Google Play services. The update also does away with the onscreen navigation keys with the introduction of new gesture-based UI navigation.

The Asus Zenfone 6 is one of the most feature-packed phones at the $500/€450 price segment.

Better Privacy and Security - Android 10 brings in the latest measures to uphold your privacy and security, and will offer faster security updates to your device in the future.

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This is quite a feat given that Android 10 was released just two months ago and is still only running on a select group of devices from Google, Essential, OnePlus, Xiaomi and Nokia. While the brand has fulfilled the first promise, it is to be seen if the brand holds up to its commitment to update the Zenfone 6/6Z to Android R (Or Android 11) OS. The entry-level configuration costs a measly 500 bucks with 64GB storage and 6GB RAM, while $550 is enough to score double that local digital hoarding room.

In terms of imaging, the Asus 6Z has a flip-up camera module that houses a dual camera setup.

The Zenfone 6 was the first to debut with Asus' new ZenUI, which offers a near-stock Android experience on par with Pixel software and Oxygen OS, offering a feature-rich experience without making the UI feel bloated. Connectivity options include dual 4G, VoLTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and USB Type C.

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