Asus Zenfone 5 was launched in 2018 with Android 8.0 (Oreo) and in the Q2 of 2019, the device has been updated to Android 9 (Pie). Now finally Asus started rolling out the Android 10 stable version with June 2020 Security patch update on Asus Zenfone 5. The company has started testing the Android 10 for Zenfone 5 from April 2020. Finally, the update is live and many users started experiencing it.
According to the company’s release note, this update comes with June 2020 Security Patch, Android 10 stable version, and bug fixes. The company has not provided the complete changelog of this update. As the device uses ZenUI 5, it may or may not include all the features of Android 10. The update brings fixes for many bugs like NFC SIM card issue, widevine without L1 issue, and much more. However, the short changelog of the update is mentioned below.
- Fixed payment by NFC SIM card not working issue
- Fixed widevine without L1 issue
- Adjusted notification vibration effect
Taking the changelog into consideration, a hit suggests that, this update is meant to bug fixes and enhancements. The update arrives with 17.0615.2005.25 Firmware version and it is currently rolling out globally. As it’s the initial release, it may take some time to hit your device.
If the update is available to your device then you will be notified automatically. To check the update manually, navigate to Settings>Software updates> Check for updates. Furthermore, we have also provided the OTA download file to flash it manually.
Device: Asus ZenFone 5
Build: Global Stable
Asus Zenfone 5 Specifications
The Asus Zenfone 5 was launched in 2018 by featuring a 6.2-inch display (1080 x 2246 pixels) with Corning Gorilla Glass protection and 402 PPI density. It is available in 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB storage variants. The device features a dual rear camera setup and 8Mp single front camera. It packs with a 3,300 mAh battery.